This Summer, Sizzle Like A Siren With The Help Of These Afrikaan-Inspired Clothing Brands

This Summer, Sizzle Like A Siren With The Help Of These Afrikaan-Inspired Clothing Brands

These clothing brands beautifully incorporate Afrikaan designs, which exude absolute panache through unique designs and vivid hues.  

Summer is almost here and it's time to refresh our wardrobes with some fresh new threads. This season allows us to wear outfits that are vibrant, colorful and striking while showing off some skin as well! If you're on the lookout for some eye-catching clothing options, pay a visit to these black-owned boutiques. These clothing brands beautifully incorporate Afrikaan designs which burst with attitude and vivid colors.  

Kloset Envy
Where: Los Angeles, CA



 

If you're looking for something that is bold and out of the box, Kloset Envy is what you need. Jai Nice, the owner, and designer of the brand, has focused on making women feel sexy and confident without burning a hole in their wallets. So if you're looking to set a trend, check out this brand for their swimwear, dresses and more! 

Cee Cee's Closet NYC
Where: New York, NY



 

Celebrate your African roots with this unique clothing brand. Sisters Chioma and Uchenna Ngwudo started Cee Cee's Closet to celebrate the beauty of West African prints through fashion. Their clothes are even handmade in Nigeria.

BabaAfrik
Where: Online store



 

This brand focuses on selling authentic Ankara-inspired clothing, dashikis, headwraps and more. Babaafrik hopes to shift the general public's perception of African clothing worn for everyday activity. 

All Dem’ Shades
Where: Online store



 

All Dem'Shades is another online boutique that is all about celebrating black women and black girl magic. They also carry a collection of 'Black Girls Are Lit', which includes tracksuits, shirts, dresses, and bathing suits. 

Bfyne
Where: Virginia Beach, VA



 

Nigerian-American Buki Ade founded this swimsuit company, which is best known for its unusual designs and unique tribal prints. One can find a wide collection of one-piece and two-piece suits in various colors and styles. The best part? The swimwear is available and suitable for all sizes!

Have we missed out on any really good black-owned boutiques? Help us get summer ready by leaving suggestions in the comments section!

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