Ever heard the phrase “Never be caught unfresh”? Our spotlight today focuses on eminent female politicians who grace every single event with glamour and style.
Politics and fashion are increasingly getting intertwined and these personalities, right from addressing official gatherings to gracing red carpets are remembered by these outstanding fashion statements.
These Ghanaian female politicians do pay attention to fashion and in most cases, are caught wearing matching high-quality brands, patterns, and materials.
In essence, they pay attention to even the smallest detail
we look at fashion trends/styles among top female politicians in government
It’s no doubt that the beautiful mother four was adjudged Style Icon of 2017 at the third edition of the Glitz Style Awards last year.
She wears made in Ghana clothes and showcases various Ghanaian designers with modest simplicity and a touch of sophistication.
Samira Bawumia, the wife of Ghana’s Vice-President (Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia), is one of the “Fashion-forward” women in politics.
She is one of the best dressed among top Ghanaian female politicians in the country.
The Deputy Majority Leader and Member of Parliament for Dome Kwabenya, Mrs. Sarah Adwoa Sarfo is always spotted on camera with her glam makeup and impeccable fashion statement.
Madam Safo is the 37-year-old daughter of industrialist and pastor, Apostle Kwadwo Safo.
A careful look at her fashion sense proves her love for African necklaces and how she matches a particular design or color of optical frames to different attires.
The Minister of Communications, Mrs. Ursula Owusu- Ekuful who is also a women’s rights activist likes to keep it %100 with style.
SHIIRLEY AYORKOR BOTCHWAY
Ms. Ayorkor Botchwey mostly dazzles in African styled Kente outfits.
The foreign affairs minister tries her best possible to look amazing and modest at all times.
CATHERINE ABLEMA AFEKU
The former creative arts minister gracefully rocks every outfit on any occasion she finds herself.
She was recently captured in an interview saying “ I’ve got swag” after she was criticized by Ghanaians for revealing parts of her thigh in an outfit she wore to the Welcome Soiree of this year’s AFRIMA awards.
Madam Catharine Afeku is currently a Minister of State at the Office of the President, assigned to the Office of the Senior Minister.
BARBARA OTENG GYASI
Mrs. Barbara Asher Ayisi is noted as a lover of fashion due to the fact that her mother was a renowned fashion designer.
The current Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, was a model in her early years and mostly captured in African-inspired outfits.