5 Afrocentric ways to make your clothes look expensive

Patching tears with African prints

Tutorial on how to patch torn jeans with print.

Maybe your favourite pair of jeans is worn out or ripped or maybe your favourite monochrome dress or shirt is torn and you are just not willing to let it go. You don’t have to stress much; just patch it up with African print. Find a print that appeals to you in the case of the jeans, or one that agrees with the colour of the shirt or dress, and fix it by following the instructions in the video above.

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6

Adom Tabbey-Botchwey

Unabashed millennial, reader of signposts and everything else in between.

Recent Posts

Nannie Helen Burroughs, the activist who refused to marry to enable her educate Black women

Nannie Helen Burroughs was an extraordinary student in her early years. She completed M Street…

2 days ago

Former school principal buys $1M property to open first-ever Black woman-owned strip mall in DC

Black-owned businesses have traditionally lacked vital support to survive, thrive and expand. Angel Gregorio is…

2 days ago

The complicated legacy of Aimé Césaire, inventor of “Négritude” and a fervent defender of black identity

Aimé David Césaire, writer and politician of Martinique origin, was born on June 26, 1913…

2 days ago

Science says British-Zimbabwean actor Regé-Jean Page is world’s most handsome man

Regé-Jean Page has been declared the world’s most handsome man. The British-Zimbabwean actor was analyzed…

2 days ago

Pastor says he traveled to hell and heard demons sing Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’ to torture sinners

Besides having a very large fanbase on earth, a Texas pastor also claims one of…

2 days ago

Gas station ordered to pay $1M to woman refused service because she’s Black

A Portland jury has awarded $1 million to a woman who filed a racial discrimination…

3 days ago