African wax print fabrics are colorful with beautiful designs that make wearers stand out no matter the occasion.
Africans in the diaspora and now many African-American celebrities have joined the African wax print wagon.
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Some of these fabrics have meanings whereas others are just for aesthetics. In the Ghanaian culture and some other African cultures, specific African wax print fabrics have names and their meanings. These designs and their meanings date as far back as the 19th Century.
In recent times, the online retail shops have also caught up with the trend and so you can easily own an African print ensemble wherever you are in the world.
It is still fall and these African wax print jackets can vamp up your outfit instantly: