Ankara(aka African wax print) ribbons are so festive!

Colorful, fun and cool for any occasion.

If you love color, these are the ribbons for you!

If you are African, these are the only printed ribbons you should buy. 🙂

Check these out from this shop:

The are wired so they are ready to come to life anywhere:…..

–on your tree

on your gifts and packages

-as a bow

–on your chairs at events

in your hair

–on your waist

-on your neck

Bògòlanfini or bogolan (Bambara: bÉ”gÉ”lanfini; “mud cloth”) is a handmade Malian cotton fabric traditionally dyed with fermented mud. It has an important place in traditional Malian culture and has, more recently, become a symbol of Malian cultural identity. The cloth is being exported worldwide for use in fashion, fine art and decoration.

The technique is associated with several Malian ethnic groups, but the Bambaran version has become best known outside Mali. In the Bambara language, the word “bògòlanfini” is a composite of bÉ”gÉ”, meaning “earth” or “mud”; lan, meaning “with” or “by means of”; and fini, meaning “cloth”.[1] Although usually translated as “mud cloth,” bogolan actually refers to a clay slip with a high iron content that produces a black pigment when applied to handspun and handwoven cotton textiles.

In traditional Malian culture, bògòlanfini is worn by hunters, serving as camouflage, as ritual protection and as a badge of status. Women are wrapped in bògòlanfini after their initiation into adulthood (which includes genital cutting) and immediately after childbirth, as the cloth is believed to have the power to absorb the dangerous forces released under such circumstances.
Bògòlanfini patterns are rich in cultural significance, referring to historical events (such as a famous battle between a Malian warrior and the French), crocodiles (significant in Bambara mythology) or other objects, mythological concepts or proverbs. Since about 1980, Bògòlanfini has become a symbol of Malian cultural identity and is being promoted as such by the Malian government.


An infant bodysuit is a garment designed to be worn by infants much like a T-shirt; they are distinguished from T-shirts by an extension below the waist, with snaps or Velcro that allow it to be closed over the crotch. The purpose of the opening at the crotch is to facilitate access to the infant’s diaper. Like T-shirts, infant bodysuits come in a wide variety of designs and may be worn as undergarments or as outer shirts. – Wikipedia


A chemist is born!

Pink Dashiki Onesie
Pink Dashiki Onesie

Blue and White Dashiki Onesie
Blue and White Dashiki Onesie

Orange Dashiki Onesie
Mango Dashiki Onesie


Red Dashiki Onesie
Red Dashiki Onesie


Kente Onesie
Kente Onesie…Orange

These are sooooo adorable!

Perfect for gift-giving!

Off shoulder dressing has been around since the 1800s.

Off shoulder tops can be worn with everything from skirts to pants to shorts.

African prints make the most attractive off shoulder tops….and they’re 100% cotton too!

Check these out:

off shoulder 2off shoulder 2b

VERSATILE! Off shoulder and cropped with elastic. Wear on or off shoulders or as one shoulder!

off shoulder 1This one has summer written all over it!

off shoulder 6Off shoulder and crop top!

off shoulder 4This one has elastic at the neckline so it can be worn on or off the shoulders!

off shoulder 3This one has a flounce at the neckline!