According To Data, You’re Interested In African-Inspired Fashion

When Pinterest dropped its 2019 trend report, I was thrilled to see that African print clothing was predicted to be huge this year. According to Pinterest data, searches for African print fashion were up a whopping 229 percent over the previous year. Since Pinterest says you’re interested, I’m sharing another great source for African-inspired styles.

african print fashion

What I’m wearing:

Shirt (similar) | Tanganika by Tangie pants c/o | Sunglasses | Lip: Pat McGrath “Elson 013”

When I was in Memphis for Memphis Fashion Week (read all about that here), I got connected to one of the featured designers–Tanganika by Tangie. African print fashion is Tangie’s specialty. Her designs rely on African-inspired prints because these patterns tell such unique stories that she shapes to suit her clients.

African Print Fashion

For Memphis Fashion Week, I was so lucky to have a pair of pants custom made for me in a featured print from Tangie’s collection. Be sure to swing by my Instagram page to see some of Tangie’s designs rip the runway.

African Print Fashion

To balance the relaxed vibe of joggers, I knew I wanted to show off my shoulders. My top is an oversized button down shirt. I draped it off the shoulders and tied it in the front to add a little flavor.

African Print Fashion

Location: Downtown Library, St. Louis

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