Native Attires Worn by Nigerian Ladies
One notable character amongst every Nigerian is that they never forget their root and cultural no matter how close or far away they are from home. They have different methods of showing their culture, Nigerian ladies are not an exemption from this act, as they exhibit their cultural heritage through their outfit.
Native styles looks stunning on every Nigerian lady, as it has great historical and cultural role to play. Each day that passes by, creativity of fashion designers increases, as they end up giving great look to Nigerian ladies.
Nigerian ladies, are very sensitive when it comes to native attire, they take their time to carefully select the perfect outfit that goes to any given native, that is why there is availability of wide range of Nigerian female native attires, some of them are:
• ASO OKE:
This is made out of a very special fabric, which is used in sowing caps, blouses, skirt and various other items, these native attire is commonly worn by Yoruba women, on special occasions
This style is normally worn by men, but out of the creativity of fashion designers, they initiated the ladies style for atiku. The style comes in cool and calm colors, which fits in for any event.
A cool outfit that can be worn in a combination of trousers, it gives high range of comfort ability, the dress does not involve stress, as it is a free gown.
• ANKARA TOPS:
Ankara tops are worn on trousers or skirts, they come in varieties of styles depending on the creativity level of the fashion designer, it can come in off shoulder style, peplum style, short sleeve style, etc.
• ANKARA GOWN:
This goes well on every event, it is a non selective outfit, if well sown, it brings out the shape of every lady.
• ANKARA SKIRTS:
This comes in mini or maxi pattern, depending on the users choice, and goes down well on any English top
An headgear, that is used to complement outfit, it gives outfit that perfect look for any occasion, it is been selected in accordance to the color of the native worn.
• IRO ATI BUBA:
This two are complementary and are normally worn by women in the western part of Nigeria.
• BLOUSE AND WRAPPERS:
There is availability of different pattern of wrappers, this outfit is common with women in the eastern region, the wrappers comes in mini or maxi length too
• BOU BOU:
This is a free gown, decorated with embroidery, it is commonly worn by Muslims, either Yoruba’s or Hausa. It comes in different colors.