Kaftans are usually really cool and elegant robe usually worn by both men and women.  But for this post I will be looking at the female kaftans.

Historically kaftans were usually worn across North Africa by Sultans, but now it is worn most frequently by women and it has evolved from colors, pattern and style; most designers have been able to replicate and re-fashion the kaftan with different fabrics. Initially kaftans were usually made with mostly silk and crepe fabrics but now its made with laterally any fabrics ranging from Ankara to Lace fabrics.

You could walk just into any occasion wearing a Kaftan and still look super elegant, classy and stylish. Another fascinating thing is that Kaftans can be rocked by everyone irrespective of culture, religion or body size, it has become a standard dress rocked across the world by stylish and classy ladies

Here is a fabulous collections of well selected Kaftans styles for you.

Photo credit: Instagram @senigaleseinnigeria...... @ogodordesigns....... @duchessofepheezy K

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  • Debby says:

    Lovely ankara outfit, creative styles

  • Irene emas says:

    Wow very lovely styles… Thank u admin

  • Ricky Braz says:

    I’m impressed, I need to say. Really rarely do I encounter a blog that’s both educative and entertaining, and let me let you know, you could have hit the nail on the head. Your idea is outstanding; the difficulty is one thing that not sufficient people are speaking intelligently about. I’m very glad that I stumbled across this in my seek for something relating to this.

  • Coral says:

    Can you tell me what system are you making use of
    on this website?

  • Eden says:

    A micro bowl cut is perfect for ladies who aren’t afraid to try something different. The cute and quirky cut looks seriously stylish when worn with complete confidence.

  • Buzzer Joseph says:

    I have saved some of these ankara kaftan styles. Am adding them to my ankara album right the way. They are cute. Special embroideries are the beauty of kaftan gowns. I love this blog’s design and writing style.