No doubt, online shops that retail men’s African fashion are hard to find. The internet is heavily saturated with women’s clothing but when it comes to styles for males, it takes a bit more creativity. However, with a little bit of research, you might still be able to find some shops that cater to men’s styles. In this article, discover some trendy and stylish men’s African clothing styles from brands you will love. First, watch the video below and get a sense of what’s out there.
If you are looking for where to buy men’s African clothing styles, you should check out the brands below. Prices vary depending on what you are looking for but are usually in the affordable range.
Diop is Detroit-based brand owned and named after Mapate Diop – a first generation American who grew up wearing African print shirts very often as a result of his West African heritage. The brand is quite open about the fact that their clothes are made with inclusion in mind. What this means is that according to them, anyone can wear African print clothing made by Diop without the fear of cultural appropriation.
The Tufafii brand is based in Nigeria but ships worldwide. In their own words, they aim “to satisfy the stylish urge of clients who seek a true taste of modern Africa.” While most of their collections cater to women, they do carry a limited range of items for men. The range includes jackets, t-shirts, sweatshirts and pants. So far, they are the only brand I have discovered that sells full length African print pants for men, which are quite unique.
Started by Adesola Elabor, Diyanu is a black-owned, ready to wear clothing brand in Norristown, PA that offers quality African fashion at pocket-friendly prices. With a vision to help people express themselves in a unique way, the brand’s core values also include; customer centeredness, a commitment to innovation and delivering value to community. Shop from their selection of long and short sleeve shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, jackets and more.
Now, you never need to complain about not being to find a variety of men’s African clothing anymore. While I could only find three brands to include in this article as at the time of publishing this, I am sure that more brands will eventually emerge. And in that case, the article will be updated for your shopping satisfaction.
Which of these brands do you love the most?