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The African Fascinator

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The African Fascinator is owned by two beautiful ladies Emem Okoh based in the U.S and Adaora Jugo Moka who based in Canada; they make hand crafted jewellery and accessories with African fabric.

All our handcrafted pieces will draw you in and remind you of who you are and
where you came from so that wherever you go, you will stand out.~The African Fascinator

Emem says “In the next few months, you should expect to see a lot of earrings, bracelets, necklaces, purses, bowties, headbands, shoes and of course, our very own African Fascinator! You didn’t think that name was a joke, did you?🙂 “

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Utibe is a unique handmade earring with quality African print fabric/Ankara. It can be worn with any outfit whether dressy or casual as it adds that touch of femininity.
The colors on this earring are pink and cream (not white) and it comes with the jewelry box shown in the picture.🙂

Earring measures 1 1/8inch (roughly the size of a quarter).

And just in case you’re curious, Utibe means “Great things” in my native Nigerian language, Ibibio.

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Edima means “my beloved” in Ibibio, my native Nigerian language.

The Edima bracelet was made using fine African print cloth known as Ankara and it can be worn with any outfit as it definitely adds that pop of color. Wear it with a nice maxi skirt and button down shirt, a dress or the good ol’ everyday jeans & tee.

These bracelets are available for sale individually or as a set of 3.

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Iberedem means “my hope” in Ibibio, my native Nigerian language.

The Iberedem bowtie was made using fine African print cloth known as Ankara and it can be worn with any outfit as it definitely adds that pop of color.

It is interchangeable and reversible

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Abeni

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Farai

You can see more of their amazing work at their Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TheAfricanFascinator

And their Etsy Store http://www.etsy.com/shop/theafricanfascinator

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