African print necklaces are quite the bomb if you ask me. It takes time and effort to create these intriguing masterpieces with prints.
Let me ask you this random question. Are you a big fan of African print? If your answer is “yes, “
then, there is no doubt you love everything and anything made from the African print aka ankara or kitenge.
I have been a serious fan of African prints since my childhood and I don’t think I will be giving it up anytime soon.
In my quest to search for more print ideas to load on this blog, I chanced upon these beautiful print necklaces that are quite sophisticated and artistic.
The styles of which the print has been designed into are all breathtaking.
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The following images you are about to see are dangerously gorgeous and enthralling. Seeing them without purchasing is at your own risk 🙂
African Print Button Necklace By AphiaSakyi
This neckpiece is made from good ole buttons. The buttons have been covered in different Ankara prints which makes it a colorful display.
African Print Body Necklace
A wealthy display of colors characterises the full body suit necklace.
The designer worked her magic in creating this eelegant neck and body accessory.
African Print Fringe Necklace by AphiaSakyi
Another stunning and elegant piece by AphiaSakyi.
This is a fringe necklace which is made from carefully selected african prints to deliver this exquisite neck piece.
African Print Rope Necklace by Quistt
A beautiful necklace made in ropes.
The different beautiful Ankara prints mixed in designing the necklace is greatly impressive.
It is the perfect neckpiece to add a unique style to an evening outing.
African Ankara Button Necklace by QuisttleSafro
A simple piece of African print which is designed with buttons. Every layer of the button is painstakingly hand stitched.
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Beautiful Ankara Beaded NeckPiece by Bamezcrafts
An intricately beaded neck piece that is appealing and eye catching.
It will practically highlight your necck with its electrifying color.
Multistrand African Print Cord Necklace by Cloth&Cord
I love this neck piece. The strands are beutifully made with different ankara prints.
All strands are uniquely made with love.
Sunkissed Maruler Kente Choker by Cloth&Cord
This choker is made with the most famous African print pattern.
The bright colors of kente patterns enhance the overall looks of the choker.
4 Strand African Print Necklace by Cloth&Cord
A simple 4 strand choker piece that is subtle in looks yet loud in style.
African Bib Necklace by Cloth&Cord
This necklace comprises a choker and strands exquisitely combined together, elongating your neck to look more graceful.
I had the most fun showing you some of the beautiful African print necklaces that are available for purchase.
Some may be pricey others too are affordable.
You should only buy what you can only afford. I am sure the designers wouldn’t mind what you choose to buy.
Afterall every sale is a sale . lol
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HOW TO WASH AFRICAN PRINT DRESSES
HOW TO WASH AFRICAN PRINT
FETCH A BUCKET OF WATER
Fetch more than half a bucket of water. If washing more than one African print dresses, wash in a basin filled more than halfway
ADD 3 TABLESPOONS OF SALT
Heap 3 tablespoons of iodine salt and add to the water. If washing more than one African print dress, double the tablespoons of salt
WASH AFRICAN PRINT DRESSES IN THE SALTED WATER
Wash the African print dresses by hand in the salted with only washing soap. Do not add washing powder
RINSE IN SALTED WATER
Rinse the washed African print dresses in clean salted water and wring out the water from the clothes.
DRY IN THE SUN
Dry the washed African print dresses directly in the sun to maintain the colors of the print.