Ultimate Guide To Men’s Native Wears | Styles Rules, What To Wear etc

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WHAT NOT TO WEAR

Today we have all manner of foot wears available for us to choose from namely loafers, boat shoes, moccasin, boots, dress shoes etc.

The negative side to this is that the Foot Wear brands do not give advice on what clothes are appropriate for certain kind of shoes they make.

FOR FOOTWEARS | WHAT NOT TO WEAR WITH NATIVE WEARS

 

#3. Avoid wearing your simple native wears with dress shoes or any other form of Lace-Ups Men’s Shoes.

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#4.  Avoid wearing socks with your shoes when wearing native wears, there is no excuse for this even if you live in Antarctica or Iceland.

Some people might be wondering, how are they going to survive all the sweat, stink and perspiration without socks. I would say go for “Half Socks” [NOT Ankle Socks]. There are several no-show socks brand in the fashion market that place a big emphasis on comfort and style. Find them and buy if you must wear socks.

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NOT ACCEPTABLE when wearing native wear

 

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Native Wear and Half Socks is acceptable, so as long as we don’t see the socks (Well Don’t Mind This Shoe)

#5.  Avoid wearing your formal native wears with Canvas shoes, running/Sports shoes for men, no matter the type. The only exception is when you are pairing your native wear top with a casual trousers/pants.

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Sports Shoes is not acceptable with native wears

#6.  Avoid wearing native wears with Leather Slippers for special occasions or events such as Wedding, Cocktail Parties, Grand occasions etc.

But you can wear this if it’s for a simple look or casual business or when hanging out for a drink or any other leisure activities, just make sure you are wearing a classic one.

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Don’t Wear these kinds of Slippers with Natives for an occasion such as wedding, event etc

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Mr. Noble Igwe dressed on simple native with Slippers for a simple business casual look

#7.  Avoid wearing native wears with Rubber Flip Flops or any form of bathroom slippers.

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Even in an emergency situation…I don’t care if you are rushing out of the house, or just taking a walk down the street, simply change to Shorts and Tees if you must wear the rubber flip flop in an emergency.

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NOT ACCEPTABLE – These are meant for the bathroom…Nothing more to say

 

FOR ACCESSORIES | WHAT NOT TO WEAR WITH NATIVE WEARS

#8.  Avoid wearing native wears with sports wrist watch

The same way a sports wrist watches should never be worn with a suit, a sports watches should never be worn with a native wear attire. Try to avoid making this fashion faux-pas.

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Sports Wrist Watches are not acceptable on Native wears, it should be left for Sports Events

#9. Avoid wearing native wears with belts.

It doesn’t matter if you are trying to match your shoe and belt color, the rule just doesn’t apply here. The trousers are supposed to fit your exact waist size or made with an adjustable strap on the side.

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Belt is not acceptable when it comes to native wears

Let’s look at what to wear with native wears and traditional attires…

 

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Mr. Kobi

I am Mr. Kobi, a professional style consultant, menswear blogger & entrepreneur who uses fashion to change people’s lives. My personal goal is to help gentlemen dress better, live well, do well and develop a unique personal style that matches with their lifestyle and goals. I believe that success can be built through style. I believe that fashion is a tool that can be used to change people’s lives positively. I strongly believe that if you dress well, you look good, and if you look good, you feel good and when you feel good, you worry less, and the less you worry the more you are able to stay motivated and focused in your goals pursuit and by so doing you are able to live a more fulfilling and successful life.
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