- An African lady identified on Instagram as Chinyanta, has wowed internet users with her recent video
- To mark International Women's Day, the content creator honoured African women from different parts of the continent
- In the video, she dressed up in different traditional attires from each country, including two from Nigeria
On Tuesday, March 8, marked International Women's Day and many women around the world celebrated in different ways.
A content creator identified as Chinyanta, took to her page to celebrate women in a beautiful and heartwarming way.
In a video that has garnered over 11,000 likes, the beautiful lady can be seen sporting different African attires ranging from Igbo and Edo in Nigeria to South African and Kenyan looks.
With Beyonce's Black Parade playing in the background, Chinyanta transitioned from one look to the other effortlessly, singing along to the beautiful song.
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Sharing the video, she captioned:
"The looks in this video are inspired by clothing worn in different African countries. Due to migration, many African countries wear similar clothing which is why some looks have more than one country stated.
This is just a few countries and there are many more I would have loved to include and will include in future ."
Reality star Tacha celebrates Ghana's Independence Day in gorgeous Kente dress
Nigerian reality star Natacha Akide who is better known as Tacha is one celebrity who gets it right when it comes to fashion and style and this time is no different.
Born to a Nigerian father and a Ghanaian mother, Tacha never fails to celebrate her mother's home country, and on the 65th anniversary of their Independence Day, she made sure to come through in style.
The dress which was designed by Tolu Bally featured leg-of-mutton sleeves and an illusion plunging neckline with applique.
I used to be teased about wearing ankara: Yemi Alade bags ambassadorial deal
Yemi Alade has urged fans to always stand for what they believe in, following her ambassadorial appointment by Hollantex, an Ankara manufacturing company.
However, despite criticisms over her love for Ankara she got a deal with the fabric manufacturing company.