We love celebrating cultures in many ways, and for many reasons.
If you want to show your cultural appreciation this summer (yes, I know it’s Festival season), we picked stunning African-inspired or original looks you’ll love and each look is anywhere from $100 – $400. Pick and click through to find your favorite style!
Made in Ethiopia Skirt and Shirt Set
This dress is fun and daring, just the look you’d need at any festival.
African Print Ashanti Jumpsuit
Summer is the time to pull out of your best looks and if you’re showing up to the event in this show-stopping jumpsuit, you’ll have all eyes on you!
Genet African Print Faux Wrap Maxi Dress
Festival-goers will not be ready when you pull this look out of your closet! You’ll be looking beautiful and better than ever.
Chloe Maxi Skirt
This gorgeous skirt will have you feeling summer ready!
Fleeting Asian Inspired Peplum Top
This peplum top has an Asian-inspired flair to it, which makes it so much better! The comfortable material makes it perfect to withstand any type of festival weather.
Lela Golden Dress
Dress up or dress down this beautiful African print dress! You can opt for a heeled, strappy sandal or some gladiator sandals, depending on the occasion.
Taye Front-Tie African Print Skirt
Mixing patterns is a risky move, but this fashionable maxi skirt is so cute and necessary for any festival wardrobe.
Hope Crop Top
Who doesn’t love a good ruffled, dashiki print crop top? This flowy top will definitely be worth wearing in the blistering heat!
Great for any season really, but this pink and golden short-sleeve dress will be a highlight on any festival grounds.
Destiny Head Wrap
This colorful headwrap will have all your friends and fellow festival-goers asking you where you got this dope head wrap.
Estrella Blue Dashiki Pant Set
Step out in this electric blue dashiki pant set!
Adiree Tunic Wiggle Dress
Try stepping out of this box with this beautiful African print, long-sleeved dress for the next festival that you’re planning on attending!
Moises is a full-time graduate student at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY reporting mainly on food and restaurants but maintains overall emphasis on arts and culture.