The day after Christmas is the official beginning of Kwanzaa. The holiday goes for a whole week, ending in the new year (January 1st). Are you celebrating and in need of some African pieces or Kente cloth to get your Kwanzaa lewk together? We have you covered with 9 stylish pieces that you are going to want to buy now.

Happy Kwanzaa: Here Are 9 Stylish Pieces To Honor Your African Heritage was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

1. JUMP FOR JOY

You’ll stand out at your Kwanzaa celebration with this structured jumpsuit. African Print Amara Ankara Jumpsuit, Laviye.com, $60.19.

2. NO SKIRTING AROUND STYLE

Flattering style at your fingertips. Shop #afropolitan, link in bio. ✨❤️

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This Liberian based company makes beautiful pieces with African prints for apparel, shoes, bags, and more. We’re loving this bodycon skirt that will fit your curves perfectly. I Make Others Smile Skirt, ShopAfropolitan.com, $81.40.

3. PUMP IT UP

Pump up your Kwanzaa look with these African print pumps! Regina shoes, Laviye.com, $105.66.

5. PEEK-A-BOO PRINT

Not a huge fan of prints? No worries. You can still get into the Kwanzaa spirit. Opt for a clutch or bag or wear a dress that has a hint of print on the top so it breaks it up a bit (like this dress!). Martha Midi Length African Print Dress, OhemaOhene.com, $100.04.

7. BE THE PRESENT

She is super gorgeous ❤❤❤ @ironyofashi in her #sgtcclothing Wrap Top

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This wrap top from SGTC Clothing will have you looking like the gift! Wrap Top, Facebook.com/SGTCClothing.

8. FASHION FOR A CAUSE

•Bené Boss• When one woman wins, we all win! #Repost @_brittanyclaybrooks ・・・ Last week, I was featured in the Washington Square News’ annual “Influential Issue” as one of the Most Influential students on NYU’s Campus. I am the first graduate student to ever do so. This was completely unsolicited and out of thousands of students, I had no clue anyone was watching me. As I sat back in reflection today, I am still overwhelmed and grateful. I pride myself on just doing what needs to be done but every now and again there is something that reminds me of the “why.” Only 4 percent of former foster youth and children of incarcerated parents make it to college. Those that graduate are even less than that. And grad school might as well stay out of the question. But when they asked me who I was, I told them about Detroit and Inkster (My Home). I told them about my expulsion from public school at 15. I told them about my hard ass parents who I don’t play about AT ALL. And I told them ALL about why I chose to keep pushing. They needed to know that we here and we do this just like, if not BETTER than anyone else. And if they aren’t already, they need to be prepared because I may have been the first of my kind, but I damn sure won’t be the last. To everyone who has supported me and continues to do so, this is for you. We made it ya’ll. To share in this moment with me. #NYU #Wagner #SSLD #WSN #Detroit #Inkster #WayneCounty #DirtyGlove #Famu #StrikingToTheTop

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This stylish scarf is African inspired, but not African print. However, when you purchase a portion of the proceeds go directly to support girls’ education in Ghana by supporting tuition, books, supplies, and uniforms. Munira Akwaaba Scarf, BeneScarves.com, $150.00.

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