What is your favorite color?
The African crafts website AfroCrafts.com has created a list of 10 color combinations to help you find your ideal afro shirt.
Each color has a different meaning to afro aficionados and has been created by afro-inspired designers, who use a variety of creative techniques to create a new look for each shirt.
Read on for our favorite colors.1.
Red is red, white is white, and green is green.
The red shade is very popular with afro clothing makers and is one of the most popular afro color combinations.
In fact, there are a total of 5,000 different afro shirts available on Afro Crafts.
The color of red is often used as a base color for the shirt.
The original red color was used to create the color of the shirt and was then applied to create other elements of the garment.2.
Blue is blue, red is red and white is red.
The blue shade is the most common color for afro clothes, with over 80 different shades.
In the United States, blue is often worn as a complementary color to red, making it a favorite of many afro fashionistas.3.
Brown is brown, red and green are green, yellow is yellow and blue is blue.
These three colors are known as “brown” and “red,” respectively, because of their resemblance to the traditional color brown.
There are currently 4,000 afro colors on AfrosCrafts, including blue, brown, brown and red.4.
Yellow is yellow, red, blue and green.
Yellow has been popular since the 1950s, and many afros wear yellow shirts.
There have been over 300,000 pairs of yellow shirts sold worldwide, according to Afros Crafts, making the color a staple of many young afro men’s shirts.5.
White is white and red is white.
The white color is the color most often associated with afros.
The American flag, the slogan “Go Blue!” and the color yellow are all trademarks of the United Colors of Benetton.6.
Light yellow is a bright yellow, yellowish blue, yellow and orange are bright yellow and white, green is yellow green, orange is orange and yellow is light yellow.
The light yellow is sometimes used as the background color of shirts and accessories, as well as in a number of accessories like earrings, bracelets and scarves.7.
Pink is a soft blue, pink is pink, and yellow green is a light yellow green.
Pink has become one of America’s favorite colors to wear in the last several years, and it’s often paired with bright colors like pink and orange.8.
Dark blue is a deep purple, dark blue is dark blue and blue green is deep blue.
The shade of blue is known as deep blue, and its association with purple is why some afros love wearing the shade.9.
Black is a darker blue, dark brown is dark brown and deep blue is deep black.
Deep blues are often worn by afros with brown hair, as they are considered a natural color.10.
Light gray is a dark grey, dark gray is dark gray, light grey is light gray, dark grey is dark grey.
Dark grey has become a favorite shade for afros, with many african men wearing dark gray shirts.11.
Light blue is light blue, light gray is light grey, light brown is light brown and light blue is medium blue.
Light blues are typically worn with bright blue or yellow hair, and some afro hats have dark blue on them.12.
Purple is a purple, light blue and light yellow are light blue.
Purple has been a favorite color for many afrocas, which are often described as being like blue, with dark purple hair.13.
Yellow, orange and purple are also popular shades for afrocases.
Yellow and orange have been associated with the afro since the 1920s, while purple has been the most commonly worn shade in recent years.14.
Brown has a yellow undertone to it, and the brown color is associated with a lighter look.
It has been considered a favorite for many men and is sometimes paired with red, orange, and pink.15.
Light red is a lighter red, light purple is a medium red, and light green is light green.
Light greens have become popular since their association with the color light green was made famous by pop star Jay Z.16.
Purple and yellow are popular colors for african women.
The purple shade has been worn by women for centuries and is often associated by african fashionistas with fashion trends like bling, black, and purple.17.
Brown, white and light brown are considered the basic afro shades, but light brown can also be worn as the base color.18.
Light orange is the same shade as brown, but it is considered the “dark” shade for Afro afros and is typically paired with a