When you choose your African Fabrics, you will be able to better understand what the colors truly represent, so you can find the perfect cloth for any occasion.
Black: Often used for mourning, black has profound spiritual energy. The darkness of the color can also represent other meanings too, such as maturity. spiritual energy, and maturity, as well as funeral rites and mourning.
Blue:Love, harmony, togetherness, and peace. Blue is the color of harmony and love, symbolizing the importance of peace and togetherness.
Maroon: Healing, plus the color of Mother Earth.
Purple: Normally worn by women, associated with femininity. A deep and rich color that represents the strong and beautiful nature of womanhood.
Pink: Represents feminine qualities, including mildness.
Red: The blood that unites all people of Black African ancestry, and is shed for liberation; sacrificial rites, bloodshed, and death, but also spiritual and political moods.
Gold: Wealth in a number of forms, namely high status, monetary wealth, and royalty, but also fertility and spiritual purity.
Yellow: Similar to the attributes associated with gold, but also including beauty and preciousness. Yellow and gold can have a variety of symbolic meanings, including wealth and riches, spiritual purity, fertility, beauty, and the precious nature of life.
Green: The abundant and vibrant natural wealth of Africa, the Motherland. Green is a natural color that demonstrates growth. It can relate to the spiritual growth and development of an individual as well as the growth that takes place in nature, such as the agricultural rebirth of the land as the crops begin to bloom with a new season.
Grey: Symbolizes ash, as well as cleansing and healing rituals.
Silver: Associated with the moon, as well as peace, purity, and joy. Silver is an extremely peaceful color that has associations with the moon. It represents a range of emotions like joy and peace.
White: Festive occasion, cleansing rites, and pureness. symbolizes peace, purity, goodness, and good luck.