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Prêt-À-Poundo: Mother's Day Prints For Mama!

It is a gift selection from the Okayplayer Shop for Mother's Day including African Prints, Tee-shirts, Jewelry, Bangles, Clutches.


Mama, Mummy, Mother — no matter what we call them, they deserve this special day and honor. Mothers are strong, powerful, beautiful and carry an often unsung influence on all societies. Mother's Day is a wonderful day for each of us to celebrate motherhood. This is why we compile some colorful gifts for mama!

If your Mama loves to shake her arms with color and style!

Okayafrica 3 Bangles 10$ each

If your Mama loves yellow, green, red, black, gold!

Okayafrica Amani Necklace 80$

If your Mama loves an eye-catching neckline!

Okayafrica Ayo Necklace 75$

If your Mama loves psychedelic African masks!

Okayafrica Dan-Nguere White Tee 30$

If your Mama loves the Grey version ;)

Okayafrica Dan-Nguere Grey Tee 30$

If your Mama loves to play with yellow on red!

Okayafrica Nia Necklace 75$

If your Mama loves a classy print and shine!

OKA Sapphire Tiger Clutch 50$

If your Mama loves African Print!

Okayafrica Sherbet Helix Clutch 40$

If your Mama likes a darker, butterfly-effect print!

Okayafrica Nights of Teal Clutch 45$

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