Latest Skirt and Blouse Fashion Styles (100 Pictures)

Looking for the latest skirt and blouse fashion styles to sew as aso-ebi for an upcoming wedding or any other Nigerian occasion? In this article, you will see pictures of over 100 latest skirt and blouse outfit styles in various trendy, in-vogue fabrics including ankara/ wax print and lace. You will also see pictures of the latest skirt and blouse combinations and designs – from colour combinations to skirt and blouse outfits made by combining 2 different fabrics.  Play the video slideshow below to see photos of the latest Nigerian skirt and blouse styles.

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About The Nigerian Skirt and Blouse Styles

Nigerians and Africans abroad are always looking for the latest outfit styles that women are wearing back home, because they know there ain’t no Oyinbo skirt and blouse styles (or any other outfit) be like the Nigerian styles. Yes oo – because it’s only in the Nigerian skirt and blouse styles that you can truly ‘represent’ in a wedding ceremony or a big occasion. Nigerian skirt and blouse styles are similar to the styles we see on the red carpet, the fabrics are usually ankara or wax prints, lace, brocade or george fabric, and lots of other exquisite fabrics – sometimes tailors mix different fabrics to get a unique look for an outfit.

Nigerians just love to do their own twist of ‘the red carpet looks’ using our local traditional fabrics, and they look really gorgeous and beyond simple. As you can see in the video/ picture slideshow above, there are also lots of skirt skirt and blouse styles to see – including pencil style skirt and blouse, peplum skirts, mermaid style skirts, flared skirt, Nigerian wrap skirt styles (aka Oleku/ Tulip skirts) and much more – using traditional Nigerian fabrics. After looking though these pictures, you’ll never run out of ideas on what to ask your tailor to sew for you, and hopefully your next skirt and blouse outfit will make it into complete fashion magazine and bella naija.

Photos of Nigerian women wearing skirt and blouse outfits

Your Turn Now

Okay, that’s it for the latest styles of Nigerian skirt and blouse fashion. I hope you like them. Please, leave me a comment to tell me the one you like best. And, don’t forget to share this post with your friends – facebook it/ tweet it/ email it.

See More Pictures of Nigerian Traditional Fashion Styles?

If you liked the skirt and blouse styles above, I’m sure you will love our other lookbooks of things to wear to weddings and occasion (as a bride or guest). Check them out below:

About Stella Anokam

Stella is the founder and Editor of this blog (NaijaGlamWedding). Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. Submit your photos to be featured - it's FREE, because we love everything weddings, bridal showers, engagement shoots.

Comments

  1. Am really inspired by all this Ankara style. they are really nice.

  2. Wow so beautiful I love all tanx

  3. pharylove says:

    fantastic styles more power to do more

  4. EGBERRI MAMA 1 says:

    GREAT STYLES TO BEHOLD

  5. Deborah says:

    I love it

  6. So so nice! loving them

  7. kenechukwu says:

    Wow, Lovely styles, keep it up.

  8. I love the styles

  9. ekwoge muke says:

    Wow! Stella a job well done.The styles are jot n Charmx.Gosh!!! I like all of them keep it up my dear.

  10. Nice styles

  11. keep the good work Stella, this is quite impressive!

  12. wow that’s a nice one there keep it up.

  13. GRACE EJELLE says:

    Splendid. I love the skirts and blouses. You are doing a fantastic job. We need to promote our African Culture more. We are sick and tired of adopting the western style just to fit in. Please can you send me some catalogs of all the styles of skirts and blouse? Let me know your B method of payment and the prices. Be blessed.

    • Thanks, Grace. I’m happy to know that you like the styles of the featured skirts and blouses – I agree, African dress styles rock.
      **We are a magazine blog and NOT a designer/ retailer/ reseller, and so we cannot send you a catalogue – I’m sorry. I suggest that you contact a good Nigerian tailor/ fashion designer to make these kinds of outfits for you. We only feature these styles to inspire our audience, as they choose their wedding fashion.

  14. so adorable

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