INSPIRATION: ROCKING THE MEN'S INSPIRED AGBADA TREND








*See below each picture for the links and credits. 

You've gotta love fashion,  I mean ladies rocking agbada? Who would have thought? For those of my international readers agbada is a Nigerian traditional attire which is usually worn by men but as you can see from the above pictures ladies have taken over. While this is a trend I'm definitely loving, I don't see myself rocking. But if I were to try, I would probably go with something a bit more modern like Grace of My StyleDairy's look or Cassey Bassey last look.

Would you rock this trend? Also how do you call this attire in your language or country?


14 comments:

DLeonaLife said...

I love this look. It is getting a lil all over the place but it is something I would still try. And I love a lot of this styles Deemako is tha bidness tho so is Dero. They are not playing. Loveit.

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Blogoratti said...

All wonderful individual looks, nicely done.

Elle said...

I so love how you guys played around with it.
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DESOLA MAKO said...

Thanks for the feature and I agree if I were to do it again I will go for a modern look like grace's look.

Chi Dinma said...

I have to agree with you, i feel it but i cant rock it. idk why self.

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Bash Harry said...

Ohhh I love this! Women wearing traditionally male clothes! All thee women look so beautiful and so powerful! <3

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Wenluditoh Daniellah said...

I really don't know where to start from cause I just lobe almost all of them! This is a great inspiration Sara!
Enjoy your WeeK!
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Iyesogie Ogieriakhi said...

Love Grace's look and Her brownies look too. Would definitely invest in one soon. They all look gorg

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Glenesse Nick said...

The ladies have absolutely taken over! Although I personally wouldnt partake in this trend (bc I'm not culturally aware of the significance) I do agree that these ladies look great.


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Grace Alex said...

I love love it.. thanks for the feature love, didn't know there was a cultural implication to wearing this as stated above

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The fashion engineer said...

Thanks for the feature Princess!

Berry Dakara said...

I like the first look by Cassey, Herbrownie, MyStyleDiary and FashionEngineer's looks.

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Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

@Glenesse there is no cultural implication, it's just our traditional dress

MELODY JACOBS said...

super stylish
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