What’s Hot: Sugarkane’s Kente pieces are a wardrobe essential for every fashion lover

Sugarkane has done it again. Remember when we went gaga over their exquisite bridal gowns? Don’t get us started on the make of their lace and tapered crinolines. Just absolutely magnifiqué. You can peep all the details of that here. This time they’ve swept us away with their Sugar Kente gowns. These bespoke kente gowns are unlike anything we’ve ever seen.

Krystle Nyame Serwaa Ababio is Sugarkane’s founder and is well-regarded for her one-of-a-kind kente and pastel fabric bridal designs.

They are one of Ghana’s leading fashion brands and globally recognized threaders. They’ve been in the business of crafting wearable art for the modern woman for over a decade now. Known for bringing colour to bridal through unique kente variations and unexpected touches, Sugarkane’s signature designs embody femininity with dreamy prints and fabrics.

Inspired by marble waters, ombre skylines and pastel colour spills, Sugarkane’s Sugar Kente are a ladies wardrobe quintessential. Their decollete gowns are modern with beaded necklines. The waists are usually banded with cool-coloured kente that compliment and complement the contemporary esthetic familiar to Sugarkane’s designs. For every treasured occasion; wedding, birthday or graduation, Sugarkane has a Sugar Kente to sweeten your special day.

Scroll down to view hot Sugar Kente pieces from Sugarkane.

Photo Credit: IG/@bysugarkane

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