BLACK POUND DAY AFRICAN FASHION SALE | MAMMAW
BLACK POUND DAY GREAT FOR BLACK CULTURE & THE UK ECONOMY
At MamMaw, we are all about championing African culture. So when we heard about Black Pound Day, founded by former So Solid Crew member Swiss- we were super excited! When it comes to term loans, businesses with a black African principal owner are 14.4% more likely to experience rejection than their white counterparts, which shows how essential BPD is to help combat this statistic. But it only works if we all get involved. Taking place the first Saturday of every month, Black Pound Day is a brilliant initiative encouraging more people to buy from black-owned businesses. For October’s BPD, we have some special offers in store for you at MamMaw!
HEAD WRAPS & DRESSES FOR BLACK POUND DAY
We recently launched our head wrap collection! These head wrap styles feature vibrant Ankara print designs made of 100% breathable cotton. They are also handmade by locals in Ghana. We are all for giving back to our roots!
Our large pink/ yellow teardrop headwrap is a beautiful statement piece that can be styled in various ways. Roots Soul singer Teshay Makeda graciously models this head wrap for women, matching perfectly with the Makemba Maxi Dress in our featured photo.
Our yellow thorn headwrap features hints of purple woven through the intricate design. This piece also comes in a large size, which increases the diverse ways that you can style it and wear the true crown that you deserve. You are royalty, so own it!
At MamMaw, we bring a modern African vibe to all of our collections. Our dresses are a great reflection of this, and they also add a fresh feminine feel to your wardrobe.
|”Sales have risen significantly in comparison to last year, which has helped us to grow the brand during this challenging time.’’ |
- Shantel MamMaw
Thank you to all who have supported MamMaw during a time such as this.
To claim your 30% discount site-wide, use the code isupportbpd30. You can use it from Friday 2nd October, through to Sunday 4th October.
By Maxine Harrison.