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5 ways to style your African print at the 24th edition of Koroga Festival

Get your favorite African prints from your closet and strut them at Koroga Festival.

The 24th edition of Koroga festival is here with us on 25th of November 2018 at Uhuru Gardens, featuring legendary Malian afro-pop singer Salif Keita under the theme “Timeless Africa.”

Koroga festival is a showcase of food, music, fashion with African vibes. It is a chance to dress up to the nines with your favorite African outfits and enjoy a day with family, friends and the best music on the continent. Rock that African printed skirt, top, blazer, shorts, jumpsuits, pants, cover-ups, and dresses at Koroga and show off how proud you are to be African. If you just want to jazz up your outfit of the day with something Africa, you should consider making your outfit pop with an accessory made with African prints.

Here are the different ways that you can wear your African prints.


If you are having a bad hair day or you just fancy some kick-ass headgear, the way to go is African printed headgear or hat, the bolder and colorful it is, the better.


Accessorizing your Koroga look could not be any easier. Add color and life to your outfit with African printed jewelry, for that wow factor. Be it neckpieces or bracelets, you are bound to spruce up your outfit with them.


Your footwear is no exception and it’s a fun way to wear your African prints.


Forget about your Chanel, Micheal Kors and such, switch up your bag to an African printed bag for Koroga.

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