African fashion is gradually climaxing up the ladder of world recognition. This is because African fabrics are colourful and well designed by many fashion designers like us. The senator material as it is commonly called is a fabric mostly used by the southern region of Nigeria to sew their indigenous attire.
However, this is no longer the case as it's fast becoming a fabric for everyone in the country. Some of them are captured below:
Step out confident in a bold coloured senator fabric graciously styled with a matching masculine colour.
An embroidery design added to a well-tailored senator outfit can up your styling game. Give it a try the next time you're sewing a new senator wear.
Even children are not left out in being clothed with the senator fabric. A well-designed senator fabric worn with your child can give you a picture of what he will look like when he grows up to be a young man. Lol
A touch of complementary colours adds a more creative feel to your senator fabric.
Sometimes, all you need to do is a little tweak of the fabric itself and to achieve this, find yourself a designer like us at 684 Creations, who know their onions.
Which of these styles are you trying soon? You can tell us in the comment section below.
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