Native fabrics have not relented in showing us the diverse ways they can shine. We all love them and have created many fabulous styles and designs from them. There is something about native fabrics that make them versatile. African women know this and have explored them. One of the astonishing ways to wear African fabrics is to place a blouse on jeans trousers.
If you have never tried this styling combination, check out the following styles.
1. Peplum top and jeans
This is one of the best blends you should have in your wardrobe. Peplum blouses suit all types of bodies and stature. It accentuates your waist with a mild and unique emphasis on your backside.
2. Long top and jeans
Make your native wear a long top with slits in the front, back or sides.
3. Native shirt and jeans
Do you want to appear smarter? Try a native buttoned-down shirt and a pair of jeans trousers.
4. Wrap top and jeans
Like a peplum top, you can bet you will look beautiful with focus on the right places on your body. Instead of the usual blue jeans, you can try other colors like white and black.
5. Native jacket and jeans
Whether a native kimono jacket or a blazer, you will appear elegant with an enhanced silhouette. Depending on the fabric's pattern, you can wear a plain black or white camisole or just a T-shirt.
6. Off-shoulder top and jeans
This style is the best way to flaunt your shoulder blade. For this style, the cloth hand can come off or separately attached. Combined with your favorite denim jeans, this combination will give you the right confidence.
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