Fashion: 8 Ways To Style A Head Wrap

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Head wraps have been a wardrobe staple for a while now thanks to the different ways you can style them. You can rock a head wrap with almost any outfit from jeans to a formal dress. They’re also a lifesaver on those days when your hair looks a mess. Whether you’re experimenting with your looks or you simply want to diversify your wardrobe, here are some ways you can style a head wrap.

  1. Turtleneck And Fitted Skirt

Many people struggle to find stylish outfits for the cold weather. If you’re not a hoodie or jacket type of person, you can rock a turtleneck instead. It keeps you warm and you don’t have to worry whether you’ll look good in it since it’s easy to style it. You can pair it with a fitted skirt and a head wrap.

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  1. Kimono And Jeans

Again, this is the perfect outfit for cold days when you want to slay but still keep warm. You can rock an Ankara kimono that matches with your head wrap. Pair it with a plain white top and jeans to complete the look. you can wear this look to formal events such as weddings or birthdays or casual dates. 6 Ways To Style A Kimono

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  1. Ankara Dress

It may seem obvious to pair a head wrap with an Ankara dress since they’re both African attires. This is a stylish look but it’s not that easy to pull off. You have to make sure that the prints go well together. This doesn’t mean that they have to match but to be on the safe side, try to wear a matching head wrap or one that doesn’t have too many patterns. Fashion: 10 Ankara Outfit Designs To Inspire Your Wardrobe

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  1. T-shirt And Ankara Skirt

This simple and chic outfit is perfect for running errands or a casual meet-up. The head wrap dresses up the look making it more stylish while the T-shirt and Ankara combination make it more edgy and youthful. You can accessorize with tassel earrings and sunglasses to complete the look. Fashion: 10 Ways To Style Your Plain White T-Shirt

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  1. Little Black Dress

If you want to represent your African pride at a formal event, this outfit will do. You can never go wrong with a little black dress at any formal event. However, it can look basic and overdone. To take this outfit from basic to chic, pair it with a printed head wrap. You’ll definitely make a few heads turn. Different Ways You Can Glam Up Your Little Black Dress

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  1. Floral Dress And Leather Jacket

This is another stylish outfit for the cold weather. The floral dress goes surprisingly well with the leather jacket giving you a soft but edgy look. Since this look is quite eye-catching as it is, you can either wear neutral coloured head wrap like black or nude or match the colour with your outfit. 8 Ways To Style A Classic Leather Jacket

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  1. Tube Dress

A simple tube dress or top paired with a head wrap can make you look like a fashionista effortlessly. You can dress it up with jewelry, heels, and a chic bag for more formal occasions. Additionally, for casual occasions, you can wear a pair of Converse and complete the look with a cross bag.

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  1. Shirt And Palazzo Pants

This is a classy and chic way to rock a head wrap. It’s also quite popular. You can wear this look to a formal work event or a Casual Friday at the office. It’s especially great for formal events since it looks super stylish without drawing too much attention to yourself. And of course, palazzo pants are great formal wear. Different Ways To Style Palazzo Pants

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