Modern African Clothing for Women
Noir Fondi an African ladies elegant West meets Africa fusion suited for the office environment. Made with high quality 100% cotton. With buttons hidden behind a beautiful trim which also dresses the sleeves. Beautiful elegant African women's top made from 100% exclusive cotton. with hidden pop buttons and pleated back, with darts front and back for those subtle accents which scream attention to detail.
Model in this photo is a size 34 top a size 32. height 1.68.
It is always best to hand-wash expensive garments or machine wash them alone as not to damage the fabric or the accents. Machine Wash Cold Gentle, Do Not Bleach, Iron Low Heat, Do Not Dry Clean, Do Not Tumble Dry
Please check with our size chart before ordering. As we cannot refund due to size error. Each display items comes with as much information so you can gauge which size is best for you. Most African clothing is worn loose. So a person who is large may choose an extra large for a more flowing fit. Some sizes take longer and our expected transit time attempts to accommodate for all possible delays.
Ocacia designer range and other brands sold on this site are not mass manufactured. These are uniquely hand crafted attire. As such there will be subtle variations from garment-to-garment. But the good news is that every garment is unique. And you know that you are wearing something tailored for you. If you want customized cuts you can contact us and discuss modification. There is a standard charge for this.
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