How to rock African attire for a night out like a ZAleb

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By  | Jul 08, 2018, 10:02 AM

Cassper Nyovest

Whether you are hitting the streets at a club, street party or a cocktail, Zaleb style keeps up with the trends and lets you know how to do it right.

Being African is not a phase, it is a way of life. Zalebrities have proven this in addition to wearing international brands they've also shown us how best to rock the African trend.

A fusion of culture, modernity and trend, these four Zalebs posted 4 different ways on how to don the trend on their Instagrams. 

Riky Rick  
Riky
Instagram/@RikyRickworld

When he isn’t causing a Twitter frenzy wearing a net over his face, like at this year’s SAMAs, Riky Rick is still a trendsetter. Here he is rocking his usual street style swag with sweatpants made in Maasai tribal fabric from East African countries of Kenya and Tanzania.

Boity Thulo
Boity african attire
Twitter

Boity is not only an actress, entrepreneur and media sensation, she is also body goals with her curvy and fit figure. A bold African print in a demure bodycon shape and off the shoulder outfit shows off her figure for a casual look. 

Nomzamo Mbatha
Nomzamo_Mbatha
Instagram/@Nomzamo_M

Nomzamo proves to us that even in the fashion conscious country of France one can rock an African attire and still stand out as the best dressed. Cinching her waist in a Rich Factory dress, Nomzamo wore a boob-tube flared dress in African print at the 2018 Cannes Festival.

Cassper Nyovest
Cassper Nyovest
Instagram/@CassperNyovest

Cassper's Mahone designer outfit at the 2018 BET Awards was everything. A touch of inspiration with modern shapes can be boldly African and suitable for a glamorous event.

How best would you rock the African trend for a night out? Let us know!

Main Image Credit: Instagram/@CassperNyovest