Kente Brides: Pistis Ghana

Happy Friday!

If you have been following my blog for a while, you may already know that I am IN LOVE with Kente cloth! I am obsessed with its richness, beauty and vibrant colors.  It’s my favorite cloth ever! It’s also Ghana’s national cloth. It has such an opulent history and deep meaning in Ghanaian culture. See and read here.


Traditional Kente Dresses and Looks


A New Look

Pistis Ghana has given Kente cloth dresses a makeover for Ghanaian women especially for those traditional brides. These gowns are bedazzled and bejeweled, different from the Kente dresses Ghanaian women have worn in the past. However, what I love about Pistis is that even though its Kente gowns are modern they’re still very traditional and keep that prestige Kente pattern going throughout. The fit of the Pistis Ghana’s Kente gowns is amazing. They fit these ladies like a glove. Check out some of my favorite Pistis Gh gowns below.

 

Pistis Gh kente gowns

Photo Source: @equa._.akuaba (Instagram)


pistis ghana

Photo Source: Pistis Ghana (@pistisgh)


 

pistis Ghana

Photo Credit: Butterfly Moments Gh (@butterflymomentsgh)

I love the color of this Kente cloth above. It’s so pretty and unique.


Photo Credit: Afrodisiac Photography

Photo Credit: Afrodisiac Photography (@afrodisiacphootography)


 

Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Butterfly Moments Gh

Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Butterfly Moments Gh (@butterflymomentsgh)


 

Photo Credit: Iconic Photography (@iconicphotography_)

Photo Credit: Iconic Photography (@iconicphotography_)


 

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Photo Credit: TIXS Multimedia


 

Photo Credit: Capture Gh

Photo Credit: Ap Photography


 

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Photo Credit: Capture Gh @capturegh


 

Photo Credit: @ekowarkorful

Photo Credit: Ekow Arkorful @ekowarkorful


 

pistis gh

Photo Credit: Kwame A.|Onefotos @onefotos


 

Photo Source: I Do Ghana @idoghana

Photo Source: I Do Ghana @idoghana


 

Photo Source: Pistis Gh @pistisgh

Photo Source: Pistis Gh @pistisgh

I have a Pinterest board here dedicated to all things Kente cloth. I have listed the sources and photographers of the photos in this post but many of them I found through I Do Ghana. Below is Pistis Ghana’s official website and social media.

Official Site

Facebook

Instagram

These dreses and gowns by Pistis Ghana are not just for brides and their traditional weddings. They can be worn to a wedding, for special events, birthdays, etc.

What do you think of these dresses? What’s you favorite look from this post? 

Please share below. It’s so hard for me to choose honestly. However, I am really feeling the bride’s outfit in the last photo (with the white off the shoulder top and bedazzled jeweled Kente skirt). It’s a different Kente look.

Thank you for reading 🙂

~Amma Mama

12 Comments
  • Gifty Dei-Mensah
    January 22, 2016

    Honestly I love all the styles…kudos aunty

  • Mabel Bash
    January 22, 2016

    I dreammmmmmmm of owning a Pistis gown! Knowing how much good quality kente cost, bedazzled kente will probably be a run for my money. But definitely worth it lol. I told my hubby that if he never knows what to buy me, kente will always do. Lol
    The bedazzled slit was probably my first intro to Pistis, always a fave. I do love the white and gold and the one above it. Really gotta love our culture man

    • ammamama
      January 25, 2016

      Hey Mabel!
      Yes I am sure these dresses would give me a run for my money too..lol
      But like you said, definitely worth it. Therefore, it would be a good run! Yes hubby can’t lose with Kente. And yes I LOVE our culture!!! Thanks for weighing in 🙂

  • Eva Boateng
    January 23, 2016

    All of these are amazing!!!!!

  • Nana Ama
    June 1, 2016

    Please I badly need pistisgh contact.

    Please send it to my email

  • esi
    June 9, 2016

    Please the 11th photo is not a pistis bride. Her dress was designed by @nunacouture . Thanks

    • ammamama
      June 9, 2016

      Thanks Esi for the correction, I have removed it.

      • esi
        June 12, 2016

        You welcome

  • Inácia Quissama Pedro da Silva
    April 1, 2017

    Nace

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