The cool, colourful and individual styles of Nigerian fashion are becoming more popular by the minute. Recently, these trends have stood out especially – be inspired by the fantastic world of Nigerian style!
Off the Shoulder
Dresses and blouses off the shoulder can be seen anywhere – on fashion shows, the red carpet, in music videos… They’re a great style for anyone who wants to look just a little bit daring. If you get annoyed by the sleeves slipping down your arms, consider cut out options which can be found in loads of places.
Beautiful singer Mo’chedda loves to show her (cold) shoulders:
Vivid patterns and colourful fabrics – that is what African fashion is known for. Especially Ankara fabrics are associated with it. Traditionally these colourful patterns are worn to many occasions. We think that they are amazingly pretty and with them you can dress to impress.
Nigerian Fashion Designer Duro Olowu’s modern take on Ankara Fabrics is wonderful.
Look from the @duroolowu Fall Winter 2018 collection, shown last weekend at London Fashion week. Inspired by the iconic two tone British Ska singer Pauline Black of The Selecter. As well as the revolutionary work of Dada artists Sophie Taeuber- Arp and Hannah Hoch. Photo by Luis Monteiro @luismonteirophotography . Styled by @duroolowu . Makeup and hair by Maria Papadopoulou. Model: Fernanda Ferias . #duroolowu #lfw #fallwinter2018 #luismonteirophotography #londonfashionweek #ska #dada @britishvogue @voguemagazine
Chic and Modern Blazers
Who doesn’t like the ever-ready, always classy blazer? Whether plain or with crazy patterns, they have the ability to transform any outfit. The Nigerian world of fashion seems to agree and enchants us with blazers in all kind of variations.
Lace is a timeless fashion stlye and seems to work very well in Nigeria. Lace styles are not restricted and can be worn in many different stlyes, as the following Nigerian celebrities proudly present.