Boys too want in on the kitenge fever. When looking for baby boy Ankara styles, you’ll probably come across shirts, kitenge and kanzu suits. These are all casual outfits perfect for any occasion you have ahead. Suits are a bit old school but if your son can rock an Ankara shirt and pants combo, why not?
Like men’s wear, African shirts for boys are simple. Most of these have Ankara accents here and there around the pockets and sleeves. Most African shirts for boys have short sleeves. If on the D-day it gets cold, your son can wear a light crew neck with full sleeves over the African shirt. Pick a fabric that won’t show dirty easily since boys will always be boys. Alternatively, get him the traditional dashiki shirt. It never goes out of style.
Often, boys wear Ankara during occasions such as weddings, baptism and family gatherings. But, you can get your son every day wear. For instance, get him an African hoodie for those cold evenings as he rides his bike in the hood. You could also throw in a few shorts and vest combos for sunny days.
Here are a few baby boy Ankara styles to guide you are you think about the fabric and design of your son’s outfit.