Man Matches Blue Ankara Outfit with Car, Sports Huge 'Wristclock'

Man Matches Blue Ankara Outfit with Car, Sports Huge 'Wristclock'

  • A Tiktok video of a man has gone viral on social media as it captures his unique sense of style
  • In the now-trending video, he is seen dressed in a two-piece blue ankara outfit which matches his car
  • The video, which has since gone viral, has left several people both amused and impressed

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When it comes to self-expression in fashion, there are no limits for many people, and it is amazing to see.

One man has left quite a number of people buzzing with reactions after a Tiktok video went viral online, which showed a man's unique dress sense.

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Photos of the man and his car. Credit: @atomikhamissou (TikTok)
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In the video, the man is seen dressed in a blue ankara kimono jacket over a pair of skinny-tailored pants.

The same fabric is used to cover the body of the car, as well as his metal briefcase and sunglasses.

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On his wrist is a rather eccentric 'wristclock' that is undoubtedly an attention commander.

Check out the video below:

Social media users share thoughts on ankara man

The video, which has since gone viral, left several internet users buzzing with reactions. While some found it hilarious, others thought it was creative.

Check out some comments below:


"Is that the shield of faith ?"


"Wow…!!! I am actually very impressed… Someone exercised a lot of patience and talent."


"This artwork needs to be preserved somewhere!"


"It's the wristclock for me."


"The watch is stressing me out."


"I'm not mad at all I love it."


"The car looks pretty fancy tbh."


Gucci can't."


"Funny but very creative."

What I ordered: Internet users divided over dress lady received from clothing vendor

Sometimes, it's the vendor's fault, sometimes, it's the customer who errs. In this case, however, social media users cannot decide who messed up.

Twitter user @maryochekwu recently got people talking after she shared photos of a lady's experience with a clothing vendor.

She had placed an order for a form-fitting midnight blue mermaid dress with ruffle sleeves, as seen in the post. However, what she got was a sad version of the dress with smaller ruffles and incorrect length.


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