9 African Fashion Blogs to Follow

African Fashion Blogs

As Africans, we are proud of our heritage and this includes our fashion. Africa really inspires fashion globally. We are popular for our bold colours, wild life, blue waters, tribal prints, and bold patterns. This is in addition to irregular shapes and the colour black that is Africa in a nutshell.The craving for African prints is not only on the rise among Africans. Lovers of everything Africa also long for it. This rise can be linked to the important contribution that bloggers have made and continue to make. This article will show top African Fashion blogs to follow and they are located in different part of the world.

1. Jamila Kyari

JamilaKyari.com is an African fashion and lifestyle blogger that inspires women to live a colourful, vibrant and bold life. It showcases bright colours, vibrant prints and bold patterns in women’s apparel, home decor, stationery and gifts.

2. Yasmine Zemmama

Born in Marrakesh but now living in Casablanca, Yasmine Zemmama runs a fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and travel blog called My Hipster Square. She blogs in French but it has Google translator, The content of the blog includes seasonal clothing, garments for special occasions and festivities, brand and product reviews, and comparison posts.

3. Africa Fashion Guide

Africa Fashion Guide is the brainchild of Jacqueline Shaw a professional fashion designer. Jacqueline uses this blog to promote the African fashion and textile industry to the greater global textile industry.


4. Tracy Jamilatu

Tracy Jamilatu is a class act and she is one of our favorite African fashion blogs to follow. Her style is always polished and pristine. She has a flair for feminine silhouettes and classic style. Also, she does not shy away from patterns and manages to look sophisticated and effortless in every photo. Bright colors and classic shapes are the perfect match for Tracy.

5. Baked Online

Baked Online publishes platform highlighting beauty and fashion trends in South Africa and the world. Founded in 2009 by Aisha Baker, the blog has grown with its creator to become an award winning blog. Baked Online encompasses everything Aisha represents as a woman who loves all things fashion, beauty, media and motherhood. Take a journey through her thoughts, musings, and brands.

6. Christina Warteng

Christina Warteng is originally from Ghana and resides in New York. Her looks are versatile and she can go from a clean white matching set to a bold and colorful printed dress. The one consistency is how chic she looks in every outfit. Her photographs and writing style have allowed her to tell her personal story and be a voice of influence to all who are willing to pay attention.


7. My Life in Pink

My Life in Pink is a fashion and lifestyle blog by Emma Jane Menteath. Her blog’s design boasts a chic and minimal aesthetic. In addition, it reflects her classic and pared-back approach to dressing. Emma is an international and local model, stylist and blogger with a major in communications & business management. Having modeled for the past seven years, she has developed a love for street fashion and style which then lead her to styling and the creation of her blog

8. Afua Rida

Afua Rida is creating content catered to style and also lifestyle as she travels the globe. She is very passionate about telling the stories of creatives in the world as she sees it. She adapted elements of her mother’s confident style, her North American and global experiences and Ghanaian cultural influence, to create her own process, which she would like to share with you.

9. Igee Okafor

Igee Okafor is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who creates content for lifestyle enthusiasts to learn and create all-round conversation about Menswear and Culture. He is contributing to the pioneering of modern male culture and this stays engrained in the essence of the brand. Igee’s goal is to create opportunities that allow the furthering of positive self-image, truth, and entrepreneurship in collaboration with enthusiasts and brands that resonate with the same ethics.