Nigerian Clothing Styles differs among the ethnic groups in the country, but one thing that is obvious is that all the traditional clothing styles found in Nigeria is unique. Ethnic groups like Yoruba are identified with Aso Oke cloth Styles which their women use to sew buba and blouse while their men use it to sew Agbada, the Igbos are known for Isi Agu Material Styles which their men can use it to sew long shirt and trousers while their women are known for tying two pieces of wrapper with blouse, the Hausas clothing styles include a Kaftan style for men and Abaya or Bubu style for women. Other ethnic groups such as Ibibio, Fulani, Efik, Urhobo, Tiv also have their own unique attires.
Aside from materials such as Aso Oke and Isi Agu materials, Nigerians patronizes other fabrics such as Lace, Ankara, George, Cashmere for their native styles. Fashion designers are trying so hard to make sure that Nigerian traditional Styles becomes the cynosure of every eye. One thing that is interesting to note is that these fashion styles is not only patronized by people living in Nigeria alone but also Nigerians in diaspora.
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Agbada is a wide flowing sleeve shirt for men, but in the current trend of Nigerian fashion, women seems to be showing their love for this outfit by also rocking it with the male.
Wrapper and Blouse Styles is age long in the Nigerian fashion world. Women greatly patronizes this style for both cultural and other outings. This style can be achieved with lace, George or even Ankara fabrics.
Ankara fabric style is also very common among Nigerians both as a traditional outfit and for other purposes. It can also be used to achieve almost every style.
Aso Oke fabric style is common among the Yoruba tribe of the Western part of Nigeria. It is mainly used as a form of traditional attire for couples.
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