African attire and style has long been admired not only by people with African heritage but by anyone with a flair for colors and patterns as well as interesting folds and fabrics. With the increased use of the internet in recent years to help with international sales, there has likewise been an increase in the development and spread of online shops catering to African tastes.  This has made it a breeze to bring home a piece of African culture without ever having to leave your house. The variety of shops available catering to African style is plentiful, but here are our favorite options, in no particular order, making finding your own pieces of Africa easy.

Kadealo, African Attire, Grass Fields, African print

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African Style: Grass Fields

Head over to Grass Fields if you want to add great pieces to your wardrobe. The gorgeous Grass Fields collection is a 100% African fashion line. Their stylish designs are produced in Cameroon and Nigeria. So you can’t be surprised to learn that Grass Field’s even sources all of their beautiful fabric from African countries

Kadealo, African Attire, D'iyanu, African print

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African Style: D’iyanu

This Nigerian inspired online Philadelphia-based-shop specializes in bold, fun patterns and fabrics mixed with western style. These unique pieces were started by Addie Olutola in 2014 and are moderately priced with fantastic quality and style. Definitely not to miss. 

Kadealo, African Attire, Kisua, African print

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African Style: Kisua

A high-end fashion collection for those with a bit of a larger budget, this online shop features designs and styles from a host of African designers from throughout the continent. From Congo to Ghana and Nigeria on their list, this retailer has a variety of items that will both excite and delight. 

Kadealo, African Attire, Sapelle, African print

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African Style: Sapelle

Sapelle began as a desire to bring African fashion to the broader global community and help close the gap between distributors and consumers. With clothing made around the world, fusing a mix of stunning African style, Sapelle helps women everywhere proudly display African fashions. Through their ethical operating standpoint, Sapelle uses fair employment, fair pricing, and responsible sourcing to help their artisans be able to be showcased in the online global market without sacrificing quality. 

Kadealo, African Attire, Nubian Hueman, African print

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African Style: Nubian Hueman

This boutique shop based in Washington DC has an online store as well as a concrete one, advertising and selling a large variety of African inspired wares. While their clothing section is limited, their other pieces range from handicrafts, jewelry, and various accessories, including African print hats. None of their prices break over the $200 mark, making this online shop a good bet for something not necessarily clothing related. 

Kadealo, African Attire, Ohema Ohene, African print

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African Style: Ohema Ohene

This online retailer based in the UK has a wide array of African inspired items, including print shoes that are a sure thing for something a little different. Ohema Ohene has great finds for women, and they also carry a line of menswear that will have any dapper man looking his best.


Kadealo, African Attire, Moonlook, African print

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African Style: Moonlook

Moonlook, deserves a mention given its fantastic ethical practice through sourcing. The well-loved online retailer has luxury African styles, accessories, and home goods. This Paris-based retailer hosts a number of young and up-and-coming designers from lesser-known locales such as Senegal, the Ivory Coast, Cameroon, and Ethiopia. This allows Moonlook to provide a  fantastically diverse range of styles and colors to suit the discerning shopper. 

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