Ankara Jumpsuit Styles You Will Love


An Ankara jumpsuit remains one of the mainstays in the wardrobes of Nigerian fashionistas, and for several good reasons. An Ankara jumpsuit is a universal garment that flatters every body type and can be worn to an endless range of occasions. Here are some of our favourite latest Ankara jumpsuit styles.

1. Style #1

If you are not afraid of showing some skin with your new Ankara jumpsuit, here is a great outfit idea for you. Everything about this look, from the choice of colours to the impeccable design of the jumpsuit is simply superb!


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2. Style #2

There are many ways to make your Ankara jumpsuit look stand out, from the deep cleavage to the unusual fabric. However, these sleeves will definitely go down in history as one of the most interesting jumpsuit details.


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3. Style #3

An easy way to make your Ankara jumpsuit outfit more modest and appropriate even for the workplace is to throw a complementary blazer over it – it can match one of the colours in the jumpsuit or have its own independent colour scheme.

4. Style #4

Ankara jumpsuit and beautiful curves are a match made in heaven: Ankara looks stunning on any body type and can make your special occasion outfit even more memorable.

5. Style #5

Cape has been one of the trendiest details in fashion of 2019, and while it’s more often seen on various dresses, it can also make your Ankara jumpsuit outfit look complete and like it has just been featured in a runway show.


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6. Style #6

Even on its own, this black and white Ankara jumpsuit would be a gorgeous and very elegant garment. However, the addition of a black turtleneck top makes it even more sophisticated and flattering.

7. Style #7

The cut of this Ankara jumpsuit may be unusual, but it can be a perfect fit for your personality if you love bold colour combinations and shapes and know a thing or two about accessorizing.

8. Style #8

A one-shoulder Ankara jumpsuit is the perfect compromise between the elegance of a long-sleeved top and the breeziness of a sleeveless bodice.

9. Style #9

Nigerian fashionistas can’t get enough of the peplum detailing on dresses and jumpsuits for one important reason: it’s the best way to make your silhouette simply perfect and add the balance to your figure.

10. Style #10

The idea of using two Ankara fabrics in a single jumpsuit is exactly what many fashionistas dream about: that way you can use two of your favourite patterns in one stylish and fresh outfit.

11. Style #11

Sometimes it takes just one interesting detail to make your look totally unique. In the case of this yellow and black jumpsuit, the interesting and eye-catching detail is the asymmetric neckline.

12. Style #12

When you are having doubts over the pattern for your next Ankara jumpsuit, you can always go for florals! Floral patterns are a must-have in every woman’s wardrobe and will never look out of place.

13. Style #13

Depending on your taste, you can make the addition of Ankara to your outfit as subtle as possible. Here the colourful Ankara flowers look simply fantastic against the blue background of the jumpsuit.

14. Style #14

If you feel most comfortable in long sleeves, there is nothing stopping you from using them in your new Ankara jumpsuit design. This outfit can become your go-to garment for any occasion!

15. Style #15

Off-shoulder design, keyhole cutout, and cropped pants are three of the details that make this Ankara jumpsuit especially interesting, but we also love the striking pattern of the outfit.

Culled from Jiji Blog