PROM 2017

Wether its your senior or junior prom this year be different and stand our from the crowd. Why shop from the same stores as your class mates and then get worried about who will wear the same dress as you.

Get your dress custom made to fit you perfectly without spending alot of money. Styles Afrik offers a variety of dresses perfect for prom or graduation.


With Prom just around the corner and the mass demand  globally, we are currently taking orders NOW. If you would like us to make your Prom Dress please place your orders ASAP to avoid disappointment. We cannot always guarantee that the print you like will still be available if you decide later on.


 We ask you to allow us 3-4 weeks to make your dress and deliver your garment. However just in case you may require further alterations we ask you to order asap to allow enough time. We deliver worldwide!


If you are being escorted on that special day why not get something matching using the same fabric for your escort. Step into prom as a couple in style.



AFUA Dress Including Fabric £125| $155 | Euro 145


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Bride to be, Best Man, Maid of Honour, Bridesmaids, Wedding Guests…..

1347x600_dillustrationWe’ve got a large variety of designs to suit any occasion, even if you are not heading to a wedding, that doesn’t mean you can’t get dressed up for that big night out.


Get Inspired 





Whether you’re on best-mate duty in matching dresses, or you’re all after different prints and silhouettes, we’ve got a wide range selection for you all


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So as many of you may know at Styles- Afrik we love to use Kente Print in alot of our designs. So we thought today we would share with you the history behind the Kente Cloth and what each colour on a Kente Cloth represents.

So here is some history……

Kente cloth, known as nwentom in Akan, is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to the Akan ethnic group of South Ghana. Kente is made in Akan lands such as Ashanti Kingdom, (Bonwire, Adanwomase, Sakora Wonoo, Ntonso in the Kwabre areas of the Ashanti Region) and by Akans in Ivory Coast. It is also worn by many other groups who have been influenced by Akans. It is the best known of all African textiles.

 It is an Akan royal and sacred cloth worn only in times of extreme importance and was the cloth of kings. Over time, the use of Kente became more widespread. However, its importance has remained and it is held in high esteem with Akans.

Meanings of the colours in Kente cloth:

  • black—maturation, intensified spiritual energy
  • blue—peacefulness, harmony and love
  • green—vegetation, planting, harvesting, growth, spiritual renewal
  • gold—royalty, wealth, high status, glory, spiritual purity
  • grey—healing and cleansing rituals; associated with ash
  • maroon—the color of mother earth; associated with healing
  • pink—assoc. with the female essence of life; a mild, gentle aspect of red
  • purple—assoc. with feminine aspects of life; usually worn by women
  • red—political and spiritual moods; bloodshed; sacrificial rites and death.
  • silver—serenity, purity, joy; associated with the moon
  • white—purification, sanctification rites and festive occasions
  • yellow—preciousness, royalty, wealth, fertility, beauty


Legend has it that Kente was first made by two Akan friends who went hunting in an the Asanteman forest found a spider making its web. The friends stood and watched the spider for two days then returned home and implemented what they had seen.

Styles Afrik Kente Designs

So to honour the 2 hunters here are some of the designs we have put together

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Winter Blues OUT and Winter Brights IN

So many of us around the globe are currently facing snow storms, blizzards or dreadful rain, however there is also a large proportion of us who are currently sunbathing in scorching temperatures. Unfortunately i am one of the many people living in a city that only experiences 2-3 months ( if we are lucky ) of sunshine a year and the majority of the time filled with either snow or rain….Have you guessed where yet?

That’s right the lovely city called ( LONDON ). So for those of you sunbathing right now or enjoying a nice stroll in the glorious weather [please spare 1 min to think about us while your sipping on a lovely cocktail with the breeze blowing through your hair.

So as i am sitting in the office drinking a cup of HOT Chocolate with the wind blowing outside and snow falling i had a thought!

“Should the weather dictate what we wear or should we dictate what we wear?”  So many of us wait until we see a little sunshine before we start folding away the Greys and Blacks in our closets. ( Why is that? ) Surely if you feel liking wearing Pink or Yellow in the winter then you should go ahead and do so and not be looked upon like a complete lunatic.

I never understood why retail outlets immediately change all of the colours in-store as soon as Autumn/Winter appears forcing you to wear Blacks and Greys and Dark colours.

Winter should not be about blending into the dark miserable greys of the clouds. So today i say lets stand up to the WINTER BLUES and and bring in the WINTER BRIGHTS.

Many of you who may know me know that i have always loved and appreciated colour and building Styles-Afrik has given me the platform to embellish on that.

I don’t agree that you should wear that little black dress to the party or the club , why blend in with 100’s of other women  surely those events are about standing out and bringing out your inner brightness.

So ladies and gents here is my suggestion every time you think about purchasing the same Black or Grey outfit think about this blog.

Here are some some suggestions to help keep you warm but also help to release your inner brightness. img_20170104_084500_504



If you like any of our designs and would like to see more please fill in the details below and we will forward you a catalogue.


African Print in the Workplace

Our topic of discussion today is: Would you wear African print to your corporate workplace.

For years we have been told that Dark Blues, Black and Greys are deemed as corporate colours that should be worn to the office. Some of you may decide to add a splash of colour with your blouse or shirts, but typically speaking even when you decide to vamp it up lord behold you are definitely going to get some comments from other colleagues who deem this as being too bold and bright.

So the question is should we be afraid to wear African print or bold colours and print  in our workplace for fear of either being type casted or ridiculed.

What are your thoughts..should we risk it an wear whatever we want to wear including African Print into the  workplace, it doesn’t have to be a full outfit it could simply be Ankara print skirt, blazer.

Send us your views in comments

Here are some ideas of what you could wear to the office



Welcome to 2017 – Styles Afrik Website Coming Soon


Hello All,

We would like to thank you for support and patience over these last couple of months while we relaunch our brand and website.

We hope to have the website fully up with all our designs before the end of January. In the interim we are still excepting orders manually

If you haven’t already received a copy of our catalogue and order form then please send an e-mail to or complete your details in the contact form below.

We also have the majority of our designs and offers displayed on our social media pages please have a look and give us a follow:

Instagram:       Facebook: Stylesafrik   Twitter: Stylesafrik


To order a garment please follow these easy steps: 

  1. Open the attached Order Form ( Word Doc )
  2. Select your chosen design and fabric ( Name of Design and Code Number of Fabri
  3. Enter your measurements into the Order Form along with any additional comments that may be useful
  4. Submit order form to:
  5. Upon receiving your order we will issue you with an Invoice and a Paypal Link to make payment , minus the 15% discount and free shipping  ( if applicable )
  6. Make Payment ( You do not have to have a Paypal account to make payment ) The following Payment Methods can be used: Paypal, Credit Card or Debit Card.
  7. Confirmation E-mail will be sent and we will start to process your order. We will then notify you within 3-4 weeks once we have completed the order.

Note: In some instances we may complete the order ahead of schedule depending on the design,  in which case we will dispatch asap, we will notify you as of when this is complete. 


20-offNEW IN ( African/ Ankara Print Designs )


AVA Coat with Matching POKUA Shift Dress ( Sold Separately ) Prices Includes Fabrics AVA Coat : £150 | $180 | Euro 176 POKUA Dress: £65 | $80 | Euro 76 If purchased as a set: £250 | $308 | Euro 293


YAA Dress Including Fabric £78 | $96 | Euro 92


AFUA Dress Including Fabric £125| $155 | Euro 145

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Take the Plunge with our Deep Plunge Range…..

Check out our Deep plunge range available in a Mini, Midi, Jumpsuit and Suit and Pant Suit.

Suitable for all occasions….if you want to start 2017 with some sassyness in your wardrobe then you definitely have to add one of these in your collection.

Prices start from £75

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Tis The Season To Be Jolly…….

We have added some amazing designs to our collection available for you to order now. Select your design and fabric and provide us your measurements. Once we receive your details we will issue you with an invoice.

All our garments are custom made and we ask you to provide us 3-4 weeks for delivery.

PICK YOUR DESIGN:– ( The following designs include the price of the fabric )