There are several mature native styles for men that can help upgrade their looks. Here are some ideas:
1. Agbada: This is a traditional Nigerian attire that consists of a long, flowing robe worn over a shirt and trousers. It can be made of various materials, including silk, cotton, or lace, and is often embroidered or embellished with intricate designs.
2. Kaftan: A kaftan is a long, loose-fitting tunic that is worn over trousers or shorts. It can be made from a variety of materials, including cotton, silk, or linen, and is often decorated with embroidery or beadwork.
3. Dashiki: The dashiki is a colorful, loose-fitting shirt that originated in West Africa. It is often made of cotton or silk and features bright, bold patterns and designs.
4. Buba and Sokoto: This is a popular Nigerian attire that consists of a long, loose-fitting shirt (the buba) worn over loose-fitting trousers (the Sokoto). The buba can be made from a variety of materials, including cotton, silk, or lace, and is often embellished with intricate embroidery.
5. Kanzu: A kanzu is a long, white tunic that is worn by men in East Africa. It is typically made of cotton or silk and is often worn with a matching hat or cap.
No matter which native style you choose to wear, make sure it fits well and is comfortable. And don't be afraid to experiment with different colors, patterns, and textures to find the style that best suits you.
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