One of the African native wear styles that look great on African men is the Danshiki. A man in a well tailored and designed danshiki looks utterly handsome and smart. People who say that native wears do not look smart, probably haven't see a man in danshiki.
The Danshiki is originally from the South western part of Nigeria, but is now widely worn by men and women from different parts of Nigeria. It features a wide loose body, with equally wide short sleeves, stylish embroidery on the neckline and cuffs, and patch pockets. It is usually made from fabrics like adire, Guinea or Ankara print.
This unique garment can be styled with a long pants made from the same fabric, called Sokoto, or a shorter version, called Kembe. Some people style their Danshiki with denim trousers, to add that 'modern' spice to it.
So, here are stylish and smart Danshiki Style Ideas for you.
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