As many of you know its black history month. In today’s post, I coming to you all the way from Ghana, West Africa. I am wearing a black off the shoulder top on Kente pleated skirt.
Kente is interpreted as “nwentom” in Akan and originated from the Akan clan of Ghana.
Historically, Kente reflected royalty and was worn by kings and dignitaries.
The most remarkable thing about the kente is that each of its colors is significant.
Yellow- Abundance, Royalty
Black- Ancestral spirits
Green- Vegetation, Spiritual renewal
Red-Sacrificial rites, Death
Blue – Peace
Pink – Womanhood
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Top |Charlotte Russe
Skirt| Gifted Mary
Shoes |Just fab
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