2 Fashion Blunders Most Nigerian Men Still Make


There are many fashion mistakes Nigerian men make (just like other men from other parts of the world) but the ones that will be discussed here have been handpicked due to fact that it’s regular and same time, not nice.

Well, this blunder ranges from celebrities to the average men out there but on every man’s road to dressing better, he picks up quite a few things about style and drop some too.

Keep reading to make sure you don’t make the same mistakes — and learn how to fix them, if you do.

1. Wearing straight ties with shortsleeved shirts:


You should known fashion is cyclical and by that i mean Trends come and go, many of them to be resurrected in 20 years and then forgotten again until the next go-round while Some fashions are absolutely timeless.

That’s a major fashion blunder. For crying out loud you are not in high school and you don’t work for a fast food joint (Unless you work for a fast-food joint – where sleeves get dirty making sandwiches)
Please avoid wearing a short sleeve shirt with a tie. They are generally perceived as lower class apparel. If you want to stay looking professional and confident, stick to long-sleeve shirts when wearing ties.
Preferably, if you must wear a tie, try bow ties instead. They look way better and acceptable.
(There are few exception to this rule)

2: Buttons on suits:



This is another annoying one,and you should know that It’s considered a fashion blunder to button up your suit jacket.

If a jacket has two buttons, only fasten the top button. If it has three buttons, you can close the top button only, the middle button only, or both the middle and top button. The key is to always leave the bottom button undone. This is a tradition that has been used for decades, and will keep your style looking pleasant.

So guys if you still make these mistakes or if you’ve stashed them in your closet, waiting for the next time to rock them! they make a comeback — please, do yourself a favor and get rid of that idea immediately. Come on, you are better doing the right thing.

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