Woodin. One of the finest non-fade fabrics known to man. Of late I’ve been a real fan of African blazers for men, but I do not appreciate the lower quality Kitenge fabric they’re often constructed in.
So I thought I’d go ahead and make my own collection of men’s African blazers. And what better fabric to work with than one that will still look as good as new 10 years from now.
African blazer styles for men are often generic but this blue designer blazer takes a different twist aligning the pattern in a vertical rather than horizontal pattern. This particular fabric is also heavy on the wax and therefore fairly thick. Absolutely luxurious to the touch.
African print jackets for guys can sometimes tend to lean on the softer side. But not this diamond printed jacket. The print was named Bijoux which I’m told stands for bling in Cameroon, though I’m yet to research that further.
Pair this one up with a black turtleneck, black pants and orange shoes and prepare to bring the room to a standstill the second you walk in.
A unique African print blazer for men. This purple themed tear drop Woodin jacket is perfect for that important function that insists on an African dress code.
What’s the difference between an African blazer for men and African traditional suits for men?
It all comes down to how well you coordinate the rest of the outfit. And in this case we pair the green and blue of the jacket with a green linen shirt and blue pants and we’re off to the races.
We’d love to be able to make you the lovely jacket in your size with the above Woodin fabric, but unfortunately the remaining piece went into making the following shirt for the honorable lady.
So there you have it. Some of the finest African sports jackets for men in Nairobi Kenya.
Cheers and God bless.