Pictures of Nigerian Native Attires: Gowns and Wears

To get a good tailor for your Native attire is no more a problem, but the problem after getting a nice fabric is to get a picture of your desired style. For any kind of attire you’ve opted for, or any kind of style you’re thinking of, be it simple gown or other styles for ladies and cool wears for guys, coming here to check for nice pictures of styles is far from being a mistake. For you’ve taken a very good decision.

In Nigeria, and generally in Africa, Native attires has become the choice of many and it has become popular among stylish men and women who would desire “dress to kill” the public. Even foreign celebrities would feel special and cute with native wears.

As Native wears look cool on men, so they do on women. Men native styles vary from the simple Buba and Sokoto, Dansiki, Agbada, throb and T-shirt known with the eastern part, Mola style, Senegal, and so on. Depending on the tribe you wish to follow. Each tribe in Nigeria has styles that are peculiar to them. But frankly, Yoruba people are most stylish of all in Native wears.

The women styles are too many than what could be listed, but they could be categorized generally under, Skirt and blouse Gowns- whether long, short or slim gown.

Looking gorgeous starts from when you are choosing your fabric. In deciding which Native style to go for, you first have to think of which of the native fabric- Ankara, Guinea, Lace, or Linen, you’ll love, considering the pattern on the fabric that will suit your desired style, and will also blend with your skin color. Choosing a nice fabric is as important as the style itself. Nevertheless, the handwork of a nice tailor complete the beauty your clothe. Be sure you are giving your fabric to a good tailor.

If you’re yet to have a native attire in your cupboard, it’s high time you get one. You’ll never regret having one.

Pictures of Native Attire.

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Isa Toriola

Isa Toriola is a writer, blogger, and seasoned tailor who specializes in men's suits and wears. A graduate of engineering, he enjoys sharing latest conventional styles for men and women. He also enjoys researching and writing on random topics.

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