Let’s celebrate! I wore 31 different African prints in January! This was possible because of our sponsors who provided clothing and discounted photography. Thank you sponsors.
One month down, 11 more to go. Follow me as I wear 334 more African prints and join me in fundraising for Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support. Don’t forget, you can donate online and via text if you live in UK.
Now let’s look at today’s African print. I found this style a bit strange at first because of the sleeves. Yes. The pieces of fabric I’m holding are my sleeves. They look like corn ears and you can tell they were cut out from the fabric. It’s similar to a style I wore on day 13 where patterns from the fabric were used to make the front of a blouse. The clothes were sewn 7 years apart, the first in Bamako and today’s in Lagos. Do you have African print clothes where the patterns from the fabric are used like this?
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