All items are handmade in small batches with the highest quality wax prints to create stylish accessories you won't find anywhere else.
African print flower in blue, dark pink, green and yellow. Beautifully detailed fabric formed into a ruffle flower. Can be worn as a hairpin or brooch.
Why not get the matching headband and really go to town!
Welcome to my shop! Complimentary gift with every order and all items now come with free delivery to the UK and free delivery on orders over $35 to the US!
Inspired by 50/60’s African fashion nostalgia, yet quintessentially British with a London accent, akrasiboutique produce unique hair and clothing accessories that are quirky, classic and stylish.
Akrasi is a zero waste design boutique, sourcing distinctive and colourful textiles from deadstock and exclusive prints mixed with vintage finds, copper, brass, silver, bronze and glass to produce one of kind hair and clothing accessories.
All items are handmade in small batches using the highest quality wax prints to create unique and stylish adornments you won't find anywhere else.
Quick shipping. Beautiful item. Exquisite find. Precious piece. Seller communicated well throughout the process.
Gorgeous Easter gift for my mum, she loved it!
I love the colours and it contains my very curly hair very nicely! Many thanks and I loved the packaging too. x
Beautiful print and quality and very fast ship from the UK
Akrasi is a Ghanaian name meaning the heart of a soul. It is my grandmother’s name and the home of handmade, bespoke accessories using the highest quality African wax print. Inspired by 50/60’s African fashion nostalgia, yet quintessentially British with a London accent, Akrasi was born from the desire to create unique hair and clothing accessories that are quirky, classic and stylish.
Akrasi is a zero waste design boutique. I source distinctive and colourful textiles from remnants and exclusive prints mixed with vintage finds, copper, brass, silver, bronze and glass to produce one of kind pieces.
Growing up, my mother was a dress maker producing bespoke traditional Ghanaian costumes for special occasions. I was always fascinated by the tools of the trade, the cutting board, beautiful wax print fabrics that dance with colour and the magical item that would one day be mine.... The Singer sewing machine.
The traditional costumes of Ghana are not just beautiful. Ghana’s ancient heritage and culture influence the designs, fabrics, intricate patterns and have been used by Ghanaians for centuries as they carry the old knowledge and tradition. Alongside this, because these textiles are created using printed wax technique the colour remains lively, doesn't fade and brightens the tone for all.
These products are made using a combination of hand stitching, sewing machine and decoupage. I’ve also been influenced by the Japanese 'kanzashi' style to create the cloth flowers.
I enjoy using the Singer machine not only because quality lasts, but also its historical significance. In the 30's when Singer came out as the first professional sewing machine available to the masses, it encouraged independent machinists to experiment with designs and created a source of independence for women. Years later my Singer sewing machine works to create unique contemporary accessories.
This season features a range of exclusive items to complete your outfit ranging from headband ties, bun ties, clips and brooches to cufflinks and pocket squares.
As seasons change I will introduce new designs. Right now I am introducing barrette clips for your hair and button pins to wear on your coat!
These handmade accoutrements will compliment both traditional and western dress.
Please browse the shop where you will find that special something to make your outfit pop, or even the perfect set for a gift!
While looking around why not relax to the sounds of our favourite nostalgic radio station, feferity london.
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Pop over and enjoy our handmade items for the perfect gift!
Streatham Space Project
Sternhold Avenue London SW2 4PA
Saturday 17th June 2023
11.30 pm to 5.30 pm