TRADITIONAL AFRICAN TUNIC ARE A WARDROBE STAPLE YOU SHOULD HAVE

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Have you ever gone through your wardrobe and you have absolutely no idea what to wear because everything in there seems dressy or for work and you can’t seen to find anything for a casual day out running errands or just hanging out with the girls. This happens to the lot of us because we pay more attention to the perfectly made dressy outfit and then we forget there are days when something simple would suffice, so when that day comes it you become frustrated as you canvass your closet for something simple to wear. This is where the traditional African tunic comes in.

The tunic is dated back to the medieval times or even before, the tunic can be described as several types of garment that starts out from the shoulders and stops somewhere between the waist, hip and the ankle. The tunic is referred to as a basic garment and this is because it loosely fits so whether you are male or female you can wear the tunic.

In modern times the tunic has taken a different turn and trust that we also have our special type of traditional African tunic made from the Dashiki fabric, Kente, Aso Oke, Adire or Ankara. The dashiki fabric is a more popularly created in form of a tunic but the normal Ankara and Aso Oke can also create beautiful tunics as well.

Below are pictures that shows you how cool the traditional African tunic can be and the reason why they should be a wardrobe staple, know this; Your traditional African tunic doesn’t have to be bland, if you are someone who lives for decorations then threading, embroidery and beading can add life to your tunic.

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Purple

Purple

Blue

Blue

Green

Green

Akosua

Akosua

Red

Red

Stylepantry

Stylepantry

White

White

Light Purple

Light Purple

This tunic styles looks really great, don’t you think so? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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