Nigerians women, ladies and girls always strive to look good. It would be safe to say that women are more conscious and concerned about their looks and appearances than men. Ladies go the extra miles sometimes to get their hands on the latest fashion trends not minding the cost.
Their desire to always look good and their unquenchable taste for latest fashion trends has pushed fashion designers to keep discovering new outfit styles, and also modifying the old one to fit the latest trends. Ladies where both western and traditional wears depending in the occasion they are attending and what is trending.
Nigerians, especially the women have a wide range of native outfits styles that they can pick from. If you are not the fashion forward type who is not well versed with the popular Nigerian female native wears and their names, here is a list of these native dress styles with their names and photos to help you identify them.
2) Female Agbada
5) Ankara Suit
6) Ankara playsuit
7) Ankara jumpsuit
8) Ankara long gown
9) Ankara short gown
10) Female senators
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