10 beautiful Ankara Jumpsuit for jumpsuit lovers

Florence Uwaeme

The Ankara fabric is here to stay and it seems that even non-Ankara lovers are having a change of mind concerning the fabric.

Tell me, what’s not to love about a fabric so protean that there’s nothing that it can not be used for.

Mind you, Ankara fabrics are not only used here in Africa as we have seen different international superstars like Beyonce, Viola Davis, Nupita Nyong’O, Noami Osaka, Alicia Keys, Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose, Rihana and a host of other celebrities who have rocked the Ankara.

In this article, we are bringing you beautifully tailored Ankara jumpsuit styles that are not just enchanting but are also gorgeously made.

A little about the origin of jumpsuits.

The jumpsuit was originally a one-piece garment used by skydivers but has currently moved up the fashion ladder.

According to Wikipedia, jumpsuits originated in the 1960s, the jumpsuit made occasional appearances in common and high fashion (particularly in the 1980s). There is a current fashion trend for trousers with co-joined tops; the result is the retro all-in-one jumpsuit, flying suit or playsuit as it is called.

Jumpsuits were an enormously popular fashion trend of the late 60s/early 1970s, and then again in the 1980s as flying suits. The classic colours for jumpsuits was initially black or white, with white jumpsuits often being the halter neck.

You don’t have to sew your jumpsuit in just two colours or in just two boring colours as there are myriad of styles and colours for you to choose from.

From the cold shoulder lovers to the round-neck or sheer-neck or whatever neck style you like, you can always rock your Ankara jumpsuits with an elegance that is fitting for a queen.