Afrocentric style is more than a fashion trend for most people. It is a way of honoring their culture and root white, creating a unique style. The Afrocentric style is a fusion of clothing items with core African clothes.
Some of the Afrocentric styles include wearing Ankara fabric with jeans and Ankara sneakers. A new trend that is in vogue now is, and that's a face cap on native. People, men especially, wear face caps casually, but some fashion-conscious individuals have reinvented it to fit perfectly on native wears.
If you have been eyeing this style combination, keep reading this article as we discuss the common styles in circulation and how you can carve your style out of it.
Wear with jeans and a native top
This is a perfect style for your casual occasions. You can pair this with any native top and sneakers or slippers. Whichever method you choose, you will still look laid-back and relaxed.
Wear with complete native attire
This style means you are not merging your native wear on anything. It can be a senator style or other design. A face cap will add a different look and bring some attention to you.
Wear with native shorts or trousers
Wearing your face cap with native shorts or trousers is another relaxed look you don't want to miss. It fits perfectly for beachwear, or you can wear a button-down shirt with a part of sneakers or dress shoes for evening parties.
Wear with Danshiki
Nothing can be more Afrocentric than a Danshiki top and face cap. It's stylish, unique, and perfect for a hot afternoon.
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