Cool Native wear styles for men – Nigerian, Ghanian, Kenyan and so on Courtesy Rois and Reine
Nigerian menswear label Rois and Reine (the term loosely translates from French to ‘Kings and queen) recently released it’s Spring 2016 collection and they all look good
This season the label tackles the classic men’s kaftan and the borrowed Safari suit. You’ll find good tailoring and color variety.
Men’s Ankara Styles
In the coming gallery below you will see a lot of senator wears. However, ankara are an important part of native wears worn by Nigerian men.
MODERN ANKARA STYLES FOR MEN is an example of a post where you will see a lot of nice ankara outfit for men.
Native Wear Styles that are Timeless-Native Styles for Male
Native wear styles that remain timeless and relevant over the years have one thing in common-they are tasteful, exorbitant yet stylish. These attributes is essential for any native style for male!
Take a look
Mens Kaftan Design –
Nigerian Male Kaftan Styles
Men kaftan designs and male kaftan styles are very popular equally among youth and the older generation. The variety of styles, colours and variants of combining makes this apparel comfortable and practical for any occasion.
Nigerian native wear designs styles for men.
After viewing these styles, you’ll agree with me that Nigerian tailors are super talented in working with patterns, and their designs incorporate the rich culture, spirit, and diversity of the Nigerian people.
2019 Nigerian Men Native Attire Style Tips
When it comes to choosing the best style to rock in Nigeria, native attires are your sure style to go for. They are always the perfect fit to wear to an event or occasion regardless of your age, ethnicity, gender, and religion.
For men, especially the fashion lovers, staying trendy and in style is quite important and native attires can come in handy when you want to play with designs, colors, and patterns.
In order to get the best out of your native attires, there are some style tips to guide you through and also avoid some common mistakes we see when rocking natives.
Check out our compiled native attire style tips for men fashion lovers in the year 2019!
Check your trouser length
This is very important especially when you are wearing an Agbada, Dashiki or Atiku. It is archaic to start wearing a trouser that is so happy cleaning the floor as you walk with it; leave that old fashion sense to our father, rather, embrace the new and cool way of a precise trouser length.
For a stylish and classy look, get a tailor to sew the right trouser length for you, making sure the trouser length ends at the ankle and not an inch more than that. In the latest trend for men in 2019 is to wear a native that the trouser length that ends a little above your footwear.
Wear your right size
in the world of native, it is a red flag to wear an over-sized or undersized outfit especially when you are wearing it out. Always make certain that your native is sewn to suit your body perfectly.
Whenever you are done dressing up, look in the mirror to make sure your attire stays fitted on your body and you are looking dapper on it. Your tailor should always take your exact measurement in order to come up with good results.
Wear right footwear
Some people tend to copy what celebrities wear all in the name of fashion. It is so wrong to be seen on running shoes when wearing a native attire. It might look like something to emulate but it isn’t right.
To look radiant on your native attire, you should always select the right shoes to fit your outfit. Take, for instance, it is very wrong to go for a laced up shoe when wearing native wears. They usually go with suits and not natives.
There are good shoes to wear on them that will bring out the beauty of the style. Among others are moccasins, drivers, sandals, leather palm slippers, and loafers. Always make sure they are not laced
Ditch socks… and if you must wear, go for half socks
Never put on a sock when on a native attire, it is a very wrong thing to do in the men’s fashion world. When you put on socks, people will look at you and see someone that knows nothing about fashion.
To up your game, ditch socks and rock your native without wearing one. Let your suits have the socks, and if you must wear one, then use half socks that hardly shows itself when worn.
Wear your natives without belts
Wearing a native with a belt is just like wearing a head warmer on a wedding dress. If you have been doing it, the year 2019 is a good time to stop the fashion blunders you have been committing and do the right thing.
It is an abomination to wear a belt on a native no matter what design the belt it. It is time to let the English wears have the belts.
Avoid color blocking
Avoiding colour blocking should be one of your priority when it comes to wearing native attires. It is usually a pain in the eye for people to see you match odd colours that don’t get along just to make a statement.
If you are a colour lover, you can mix fabrics that have the colour you want, by making a trouser and top out of it.
Go for accessories that suit your natives
Going for native attires also means you need to go for the right accessories to suit your looks. Take your time to pick the right accessories.’
Sunglasses go well with natives, caps too fit perfectly, and even a native top can be paired with chinos, jeans, and the rest of them. Some people also complement their dressing with a walking stick, it is all accepted in the native world if you choose to add it to spice up things.
In conclusion, when you are out and all dressed up, how you look is quite important and it goes beyond just picking out your outfit but making the right choice to look good.
Nigerian Native Attire Styles
Nigerian native attire styles are a very sort after native wear styles for me. If you look at the native style for male pictures posted above, one thing you will notice is that beyond being native, they have a certain modern feel to it. Rest assured- you will rock it to anywhere in the world and look stylish and unique. If you are looking to sew a stylish Nigerian men’s attire, remember the top 3 styles- you need a SENATOR WEAR, you also need an AGBADA you also need at least one of them to be all white. That is the top symbol of the uber-stylish Nigerian man!
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