Here are some 13 stylish African native attires for men.

If you thinking only women are fashion crazy, you must have a rethink. According to what a new research has revealed, men are vainer than women. The research said men spend more time getting ready to go out than women. So, there you have it.

So, as you all know, African fashion has been growing tremendously and both fashionista men are women are now proudly wearing their native attires. That is why we’re presenting you 13 .


While some people think it is only women that are crazy about looking great, men actually do. Back to the research I talked about in the beginning, it says men spend an average of 81 on everyday personal grooming. According to the research, women spend about 75 minutes on their daily routines. So, as you can see, it is actually men that spend more time looking good on a daily basis and not women.

The research says men spend that average 81 minutes on shaving, cleansing, toning and moisturizing their skin, styling their hair and very importantly, choosing the clothes to wear.


The research, carried out for Travelodge, found that on an average morning men spend 23 minutes in the shower, compared to 22 minutes for women.

Men then take 18 minutes on their shaving regime, compared to 14 minutes for women despite them having to trim legs, armpits and bikini line.

Men take a minute longer – 10 minutes – on cleansing, toning and moisturizing.

Choosing an outfit is also a time-consuming operation for men who want to look their best – taking 13 minutes compared to 10 minutes for women.

The study also found that the average British person does not have a clue regarding the true value of their toiletry bag.

When quizzed, the average adult estimated their wash bag with contents to be worth £52.23 when in reality the bag of essentials is worth nearly three times more at £156.69.

A spokeswoman for Travelodge said they had seen a rise in the number of toiletry bags being left behind in their 487 hotels.

In the last 12 months, hotel staff has spent hundreds of hours uniting 10,000 wash bags with their owners.

In one case a customer paid more than £100 for a courier to pick up her toiletry bag, which she had left behind in a London hotel – the designer wash bag had nearly £1,000 worth of toiletry items.

Source: The Telegraph UK


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