Pocho Cape

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I wore this beautiful Pocho cape top made from Kitenge; an East African traditional fabric a few months ago while attending post wedding brunch

I matched it with white jean trouser which gave it the desired compliment and a black thin belt; cementing the look

The Pocho top can be worn with a matching belt like I did  or without as Lucia Musau did

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The Pocho cape can be worn casually on Friday workday or when attending events like afternoon cocktails, brunch etc

How will you wear it if you had one, let me know below in the comment box

Did you know?

The African fabric industry is very old, and dates back as far as 5,000BC when ancient Egyptians began cultivating flax and weaving it into linen

 

Pocho Cape designed by: @angian_wear; find her on Facebook
Picture credits: @Luciamusau; find her on Instagram

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