What are ideas for stylish but appropriate traditional African/ Nigerian-style outfits for men to wear to a wedding or special occasion? If you’re asking this question, I guess it’s because you’re not a regular at weddings or you’re not a Nigerian (and are invited to a Nigerian wedding). Worry not, I’ve got your back! In this post, you will see pictures of the top 7 types of appropriate male wedding guest attire to wear to a Nigerian wedding – English wear and Nigerian traditional menswear. Our featured men’s asoebi styles are what Nigeria’s most stylish men are wearing to special occasions, so you’ll like them. Scroll down to check out the latest Nigerian-wedding-appropriate male guest fashion and styles… After the pictures (below), you will find information on types of fabrics that are used to sew Nigerian men’s occasion wears.
Men’s Nigerian Wedding Guest Attire Ideas: Native Wears (No Suit) and English Wear Options Guide
First things first, you want to check the invitation card and see if there’s a dress-code. If there is, then stop reading this post and go get something along that – or scroll down to get ideas from below. BUT if there’s no dress-code, follow our guide below to know what type of outfit to wear whenever you are invited to a Nigerian wedding (in Nigeria or abroad). Now, here’s our ultimate guide to what a male wedding guest can wear to a Nigerian Wedding:
#1. Senator Suits / Nigerian Native Suit for Men / Senator Style Native Wear
#2. Agbada / BabaRiga Styles for Men – Short or Long Sleeve Agbada, your preference…
#3. Kaftan (Caftan aka Atiku Style) for Men: Short- or Long-sleeve Men’s Kaftan