I’ll share with you the latest native style trends for guys and ladies in a moment.
I am African, I am Nigerian, I am every tribe in one, and when you talk about traditional native wears for men and attire styles for ladies I know it all.
Talk about Men’s Native With Detailed Embroidery Finish, strip wears, agbada styles, ladies native gown styles, Ankara and fashionable aso ebi wears, I’ve got all for you.
Fashion in Nigeria has evolved as the creativity of leading fashion designers in the country is shooting the fashion industry in into the skies, hence giving us more attention globally.
The Nigerian native attire styles embody different Nigerian cultures and not just a particular one. Yes, my previous post on fashion and style trends of all time explains more with pictures.
Although the Yoruba native attire styles have improved tremendously over the years that we really cannot tell which culture the “iro” and “buba” is peculiar to, especially “gele”.
Nigerian native attire styles is about clothing and styles that belong naturally to our country, region, ethnicity, culture, etc. Learn more about fashion as it cuts across all ethnic groups.
They not only talk about these things, but they also represent who we are, where we come from, what we stand for, our principles, the respect we show our culture and ancestors.
They stand for the pride we have in our heritage.
So, it is no wonder we place so much importance and respect on our Nigerian native attire styles.
Irrespective of your status quo, you represent on your traditional wedding day in your Nigerian native attire style, isn’t it?
Why else should there be a wedding introduction where people slay in their various ofi, gele, and native outfits when the white wedding is about to take place?
According to Nigerian culture, the groom and the bride-to-be display a sense of cultural heritage in their fashionable wears.
Latest Native Styles for Men
Park, pull over…reverse, pull over…yoruba demons, Igbo demons, Hausa demons…na Nigerians dey call una demons.
Dear Nigerian men, you are not left out oooo but you gats understand na…you know feferity is the blood of the ladies… (smiling).
I’ve got trending Nigerian native styles for men. One key factor you’d want to pay attention to if you want to look good in your native wears is to have a creative fashion designer.
You can learn more about the top 16 Nigerian Instagram fashion designers and if you’ve got the money, these reputable super talented designers will give you top-notch trendy designs.
Still, if you prefer to go with your tailor, you should have detailed knowledge about his/her previous work.
The point is, no matter how good the fabric is or the style you are trying to sew, if it is not tailored well, it will never be appreciated.
Agbada Styles For Male
Looking at the modern Aso Ebi styles for guys, we will definitely notice that Nigerian men couldn’t help becoming part of this fashion craze.
The days of men’s native attire styles in Nigeria been just trouser and top are gone. Yes, they are.
We have seen the men fashion in different forms from the senator styles, to the agbada styles, with different cuts and patterns, etc.
The men of style demonstrate that Aso-ebi styles are not only for girls! At the moment guys are working to freshen up their trendy Aso-ebi styles to look their best and most fashionable!
There are trendy agbada styles you might want to try out. Here are just a few below:
Senator Style Pictures
The senator style, one of the Nigerian native attire styles, is not planning to go anywhere soon.
This style is not peculiar to south easterners and Niger Delta people alone but other tribes as well. Irrespective of your height or size or shape, it will fit you.
Trust me, this one is in trend. As in, forrrrrrget. Although the senator style has gained much recognition in all parts of Nigeria, the native outfit originated from the South Eastern and Niger Delta regions of Nigeria.
What makes it unique is that despite being a native style, it is usually made with fabric materials meant for formal styles such as suits and jackets.
Nigerian Native Attire Styles For Ladies
Fashion in Nigerian traditional styles has evolved. Innovative ideas have seen the Nigerian native wears in different beautiful Nigerian native attire styles without these wears losing what they represent.
While the Yoruba’s wear “iro”, “buba” and “gele” and the Igbos tie “wrapper” and wear bigger beads for adornment and the Hausa’s put on the “mini blouse” and “wrapper” with calabash, time changed and so did our Nigerian native attire styles.
We can see an upgrade in these native styles from the gowns to the skirt and blouse instead of the iro and buba.
Still, we have the upgraded undiluted version of the iro and buba. The Hausas’ mini top and wrapper seen as crop top and long skirts, the Igbos’ wrappers as tube gowns or off-shoulder gowns, etc.