Kaba styles is the way Ghanaians refer to African print blouses. The kaba style for blouses are mostly paired with long shaped skirts known in Ghana as slits.
Kaba styles have stood the test of trends in Ghanaian fashion. There is no trending blouse style which can’t be turned into a kaba style.
These styles are not meant to be sewn with African prints; it can also be sewn with Kente or lace.
In this post, you will be seeing gorgeous styles for kaba made from both African prints, Kente and lace that you can sew for yourself.
These styles for kaba are currently trending and suitable for all occasions.
New Styles for Kaba
In typical Ghanaian occasions such as weddings and funerals, most popular fashion pieces you will see are the kaba and slit styles that are worn by almost all the women.
It is in recent times that people are gearing towards wearing dresses instead of kaba and slit to occasions.
Nonetheless, kaba still holds it’s stand as the most popular African print or Kente blouse fashion.
It takes a skilled tailor to sew styles for kaba that will get your style to be the talk of the occasion.
Kaba sewn to fit you so as to show the natural upper curves you are endowed with.
Every woman can wear a kaba style. Children as well grown ups can wear any style of kaba of their choice; provided it suits the occasion.
Again, it doesn’t matter your body size, you can wear a kaba style to fit your size.
Simple kaba styles
There are simple styles for kaba you can as well go in for. If you are the simple type, these styles you are about to see will really speak to you.
They are styles with no frills and feathers as part of the design but yet still, you will be able to slay in them.
Samira Bawumia kaba styles
Perhaps you are a fan of Ghana’s Vice president’s wife’s fashion sense.
Samira Bawumia’s kaba styles are absolutely gorgeous and out of the world.
Take a look at some of the styles she wears that gets people so mesmerized with her sense of style.
New kaba styles 2020
Looking for new styles for your kaba? All styles being showcased are current Ghana kaba styles that are trending.
These new styles for kaba can be termed as evergreen styles because they may not ever go out of the Ghanaian kaba fashion scene.
Latest Nigerian kaba styles
Although Nigerians do not call the blouse kaba, we have reason to believe that they have adopted Kaba in their fashion Vocabulary.
The latest Nigerian styles we have been seeing on the internet are absolutely mind blowing.
We keep saying that Nigeria is the fashion capital of Africa and these lace Nigerian kaba styles absolutely proves our point. Take a look!
Latest kaba styles for funeral
Remember we said kaba styles are for all occasions? Right! As a matter of fact, all Ghanaian funeral fashion are all in the form of kaba and slit.
If you are here looking for the latest styles for kaba to funerals, then we got you covered. Styles for funerals like these are likely to make you talk of the occasions.
Choose your favorite style from this funeral fashion style catalogue we have specifically chosen for you.
Latest Kente kaba styles for engagement
A look at these styles for engagement will make you question the style you have already got your eyes on from other sources.
Are you a bride looking for the latest kaba styles for engagement? Then,these are the perfect kaba styles for engagement to get you wowed out of your eyeballs.
Lace Kaba styles for engagement
Ok so you are not the bride but you want to wear the latest lace kaba styles for engagement.
That is even better. With the lace styles for engagement we have curated for you, you are likely going to get dazed on the style to choose.
Not to worry! Choose the style that best speaks to you.
Browse through the styles and select yours.
Ghana kaba styles are indeed a way to showcase the Ghanaian fashion trends. All the styles you see here were all made wholeheartedly by renowned fashion designers.
These fashion designers have taken it upon themselves to showcase kaba to the world by sewing delectable styles.
I hope these new kaba fashion styles has inspired you enough to know the style you want to sew.
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