Extraordinary times call for truly extraordinary holiday festivities. Consider one of these unique ideas that will be a hit with everyone.
Kente, mudcloth, dashiki – African prints are deeply rooted in centuries-old African textiles that were meticulously made by hand. Their legendary stories give special meaning to today’s modern styles inspired by their vivid colors and dramatic contrasts.
Step aside sisters, you’re about to be outdone! (A little friendly competition is all part of the fun!) Love getting kudos (and maybe an envious look or two!) from your fellow fashionistas? Create your own “A Style” and dress to impress with a few of our favorite fall looks.
Are you a traditionalist or a trendsetter? The definition of “formal” church attire has evolved into an eclectic mix of upscale styles, and African American women have more Sunday and Easter outfit options than ever. With so many choices, how do you choose the right look for you?
Celebrate by Taking Time for YOU! International jet setter? Lady of leisure? Family fun seeker or high-seas cruise contessa? Ashro’s lovely contributing writer, Leslie E. Royal, recommends her top vacation spots for African Americans – plus her favorite travel articles, blog sites and trip planners for gals on the go!
It’s your time to shine! Turn your style quotient up a notch this Spring at special family gatherings – from Mother’s Day, faith-based gatherings and birthdays, to reunions, weddings and graduations. Read on for six ways to steal the show with your style!
Get the scoop on the hottest palettes and patterns from our “trend patrol” of fashion experts. Pick your favorite colors and find out what those hues say about you! With so many new arrivals to choose from, your perfect church or Easter outfit is just a few clicks away.
Do you really want to light up the room? Let your “special” shine in an awe-inspiring church hat! Add matching heels and a handbag, and your church outfit will sing together in sweet, sweet harmony. Get inspired with a few tips from the trendsetters on this Sunday African American tradition.
You know the basics of traditional Afrocentric fashion, but are you familiar with the modern reinvention? Today’s creative Afrocentric designers are combining traditional elements with contemporary western styles to create fresh, exciting looks for work, church, social events and more. Here are some ideas to help incorporate Afrocentric style into your modern American wardrobe.