Saturday, 23 June 2012

Fashion: AfroChic

AfroChic’s ‘My Dear Paulina’ dress -Cost: GHc 38

AfroChic’s ‘Magic’ short sleeve men’s shirt -Cost: GHc 30

AfroChic’s ‘The Classy Skirt’ (Top sold separately) -Cost: GHc 25

AfroChic’s ‘Dusted In Gold’ maxi dress -Cost: GHc 40

Afro Chic’s ‘Jumping Hurdles’ neat shift -Cost: GHc 38

Afro Chic’s ‘Take A Bow’ dress -Cost GHc 36

Wow I remember when journalist Esi Cleland was all about her blog ( and contributing to various publications…. Well La Cleland has diversified and has launched her own fashion label, AfroChic. Well done Esi....

A first point of call for Accra’s fashionable student population, -AfroChic’s USP is its reasonably priced, well made, -on-trend pieces!!! Please note, if you thought AfroChic was only for the under 21’s -you’re seriously mistaken!!

AfroChic offers an electic mix of well executed shift dresses for working gals, beautiful wrap tops for yummy mummies and a host of funky shirts for peacocks-about-town -all lovingly made using top grade Ghanaian wax print cloths… AfroChic has many fans including: the ever beautiful, Jennifer Koranteng, rapper, M.anifest and very easy on the eyes, poet -Mutombo…

As you can tell from the images above, AfroChic is famed for its dresses and men’s shirt and I love them all; especially my namesake, the uber gorgeous gold and blue ‘My Dear Paulina’ dress above, -at a very reasonable GHc 38, -what’s not to love??

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  1. I went to the shop two years ago but I am sure they have much expanded since then. That said, I am waiting for international shipping. One Dusted in Gold dress, please-oooooo!

  2. it is true that if any body ask me what is a rising trend my answer will be Fashion a rising trend