Nigerian Native Styles You Should Rock

Fashion in Nigerian traditional styles is well-known among trendsetters. Nigerians, more than any other Africans, like to wear clothes in their traditional styles. Fashion in Nigeria and manufacturers of ready-made clothes continuously draw inspiration from traditional styles of clothing to create a variety of fabrics. These manufacturers often make changes to the color combinations, and form cuts in accordance with the latest fashion style.

An African style is a product of various kinds of ornaments. It could be a floral design where the flowers are clearly drawn. Nevertheless, it all depends on the designer’s level of creativity.

A unique feature of the African styles is that fabrics with a large pattern usually come in bright colors. The Ankara style is not an exception, as Nigerian fashionistas do not get tired of admiring Ankara styles. Trendy styles made with Ankara have interesting combinations of warm and cool colors in an image.

As for traditional blouse styles, blouses in the traditional style have bright colors. The peplum style is the choice of every African woman. Any woman looks great in this kind of blouse. When it comes to traditional skirt styles, we have the long skirt and the long straight skirt or the mermaid tail, which are sewn to fit. The trendy colors include pink, yellow, red and green, ivory color, pastel white, beige and blue.

Native styles for male could be traditional dashiki with narrow or wide trousers and with a Kufi headdress or without it. One of the traditional men’s clothing is Agbada styles for men.

Usually, the front part of the Agbada is decorated with some form of design. It is believed that every Nigerian man who respects himself and his ethnic roots must have traditional clothes in his wardrobe.

Hence, you need to be stylish and remain attractive!



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  • Olugbade Tolulope

    I am Olugbade Tolulope Christianah, a cool girl from Oyo state. A student of Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba-Akoko, Ondo state. I write articles mainly on education and entertainment.
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