Mini ankara/kitenge shift mini dress with a black pork pie hat, brown handbag & strappy heels: Ankara styles

Put a new season spin on a timeless style with a mini ankara/kitenge shift dresses. Mini ankara/kitenge shift dresses are simple, classic & versatile. Your go-to choice for a smart, sleek silhouette - whatever the occasion - the shift dress is the ultimate piece to create a feminine silhouette.

An Ankara/shift dress are a fashion staple for women and will flatter your figure and is the perfect choice to take you from the boardroom to the evening look & in between.  Kitenge shift dresses are particularly flattering for apple shapes, but suit most body shapes and sizes.

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We love how she has teamed up her kitenge shift dress with a pork pie hat, a brown bag & ankle strap heels for a minimal effort with maximum impact

You can wear ankara shift dress on its own or pair with a cardigan & flat shoes for a day look, then update the cardigan with a small structured blazer & heels for a chic evening look. Spice up your shift dress by adding a bright coloured belt or statement accessories.

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Let us know if you’ll be wearing an ankara/kitenge shift dress this season and how you would style it

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