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By Vision Reporter

Added 7th December 2007 03:00 AM

Tie & dye fabrics are a versatile, cheap and very often untapped resource that can replenish and revive our wardrobes if used cleverly. A tie & dye garment can be worn with something that has been in our wardrobe forever and give it new life the African way.

Tie & dye fabrics are a versatile, cheap and very often untapped resource that can replenish and revive our wardrobes if used cleverly. A tie & dye garment can be worn with something that has been in our wardrobe forever and give it new life the African way.

By Suubi Njuki

Tie & dye fabrics are a versatile, cheap and very often untapped resource that can replenish and revive our wardrobes if used cleverly. A tie & dye garment can be worn with something that has been in our wardrobe forever and give it new life the African way.

Eight different tie & dye options are explored for you to find something that will work for you and give an African revival to your wardrobe. After taking a break last week, here is the seventh.

The outfit:
This outfit is perfect for all office functions and parties. It is both elegant and formal, a great combination for schmoozing at that corporate cocktail.

Tip:
This outfit is great for concealing a fuller tummy and it also disguises a fuller waistline by drawing attention to the bust area.

Fabric requirements:
Fabrics that are ideal for this outfit are linen, silk, bazaar and suiting fabric. An abstract tie & dye pattern is best for this outfit.
1 ½-2 metres of double width fabric is needed for the tunic. (The taller and fuller the figure, the more the fabric required)
2-2½ metres of fabric will be needed for the trouser.

This should ideally be in linen or suiting fabric. (The taller and fuller the figure, the more the fabric required).

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