African Print Skirts we can wait to wear in 2017

We’ve conquered the first month of 2017 and we’ve beat the January blues. It’s now time to look forward brighter days in African prints. We’ve made it easier for you to rounding up the pieces you need in your wardrobe. From graphic patterns to attractive colours here are the African print skirts we’ve been crushing on hard for 2017, enjoy the video. We literally cannot get enough of these fresh African print skirts; they can allow you to achieve a slick, urban look or a cool sexy look. They make going out easy any day and time. #africanprintshop #africanprint #africanprints #africanprintclothing  #africanskirt #africanprint skirt #africanfashion #africanclothing #africangirl #smallbusiness #womeninbusiness #fashion #clothing #fashionblogger #ukfashionblogger #belondon #africanstyle #ankara  #followme #shopping #glam #handmade #africaninspired #africanfabric #africandesigners #headwraps #africandesign #africandressstyle #afrogirl #africanqueen...

New Store Opening At Deptford Market Yard This September

We are incredibly excited to announce we will be opening our new store at Deptford Market Yard this September.

Be London Fashion will be one of a collection of amazing independent shops, restaurants and market space breathing new life into what is London’s oldest railway structure.

Understand Your African Print Skirt Styles

A must have piece in any wardrobe, don’t skirt around the issue – shop our latest tend range of skater, pencil, midi, and maxi african print skirts. Understand your african print skirt styles from figure flattering skater skirts, classic pencils and body conscious styles, theres a skirt to suit everyones shapes.

Be London Fashion

Be London Fashion Amie Touray   For Immediate Release   Online market for African fashion available   African high fashion is often difficult and expensive to find, but now there is an online marketplace designed around the Dark Continent and its unique beauty.   Be London Fashion prides itself to be the premiere location for African fashion and accessories for those who refuse to sacrifice quality and service.  This means offering convenience and comfortable shopping from the customer’s own home while having the advantages that come with a large traditional store.   Be London Fashion is not limited to ladies fashion like many other online retailers specializing in African design.  They offer a full line for men and children, all with the same quality customers demand.   All of the clothes feature prints similar to traditional African patterns and are styled in traditional Western style.  The result is a unique, friendly look that is sure to appease to the most sublime of tastes.   “We take great pride in creating the best of the best for our customers.  This way we can be sure that what they see on the website is the same as what they will receive at home,” said Amie Touray, owner of Be London Fashion.   In addition to the preservation of African culture through its clothing line, Be London Fashion is also dedicated to Africa and its children.  Through SOS Africa, the company has helped over 35 children break the vicious poverty cycle and reach their personal goals.   “We give five percent of all sales to SOS Africa.  The programme tailors the...

Modern Ways To Wear African Print Fashion

Prints are never going to go out of style and are a great way to incorporate them into your wardrobe is to use African prints. Here are a number of ways to rock Africa fabric (also know as “ankara” “kente” or “dutch wax” depending on the region) easily with items already in your clothing collection. Feel free to go head to toe if you’re really feeling it.

Five reasons why you should be wearing African fashion

Love bright, vibrant, coloured clothing? Excited about the thought of wearing striking, bold patterns? Want to be a bit more unique in your clothing choices and stand out from the crowd? Then African fashion is definitely for you. Say hello to your new statement wardrobe that looks simply gorgeous throughout every season! Never again will you look in your wardrobe and think, “I’ve got nothing to wear!” Sound familiar? Simply put, African fashion is oh-so-versatile and allows you to experiment with colours and patterns to create a new look every day if you so desire. Here are our top 5 reasons why you should take some inspiration from the world of African fashion and incorporate it into your daily wardrobe. But to shopaholics amongst us, don’t say we didn’t warn you! 1) Easy to incorporate into your every day style African fashion is not just a trend; it is hear to stay! Over recent years, it has been growing in popularity with now a lot of fantastic designers and bloggers in this space. Believe us when we say, your every day wardrobe has never looked so gorgeous and glamorous. The best thing is, you can really make it unique to your sense of style. Whether you want to go all out in bold statement colours and prints or just add one key item to your look, you can be sure every outfit will simply pop! Similarly, there is an outfit for every different occasion, whether you want to go casual, work attire or have a friends wedding coming up – you can dress your outfit up or down to...

A Word From Be London Fashion

Looking to add a pop of colour to your wardrobe? Be London offer unique african print designs merging African and Western wear to create fashion that is both inspirational and distinctive. Stand out from the crowd in our range of African fashion including African print dresses, skirts, tops, shirts, trousers and more.

SOS Africa Charity: We support children in Africa

We support children in Africa   Be-London are  pleased to announce that we support SOS Africa charity! This is a UK based child sponsorship organisation which invests 100% of your donation in the education and care of African township children. Since 2003 we have provided 39 disadvantaged children, from grades 1 to 12, with a personal education programme tailored specifically to their needs. This holistic approach enables children to break the cycle of poverty and reach their full potential. We aim to support this cause by donating 5% of all online sales to SOS Africa in order to empower children and ultimately the wider community. SOS Africa charity support children particularly in South Africa and they do this by carrying out the following: In both Mafikeng and the Western Cape in South Africa, they are able to provide children from the ages of 6 to 18 with a high standard of education and care. The schools they use have an excellent reputation throughout their local communities. To eliminate potential inequalities, SOS Africa provides each child with the school uniform/equipment they are likely to need. After school everyday each child then attends an SOS Africa Aftercare Centre where they will receive lunch, homework assistance, tutoring and swimming lessons. SOS Africa also provides each child with a mentor, with whom they can consult about any day to day problems which they may encounter. The overall safety of the children is a priority. As a result, SOS Africa provides transport for each child, transporting them to and from school safely every day. Get double the benefits when you shop with empowering children in Africa while looking good at the same time its...