Big Zulu is a Nkabi who sticks to his choices when dressing. Unlike other rappers, he has made his fashion trade, who do not have an identifiable wardrobe. Social media blasted him for his strictly Zulu wardrobe during his early days of popularity, but he ignored the noise.
Many fans didn’t know the cost of Big Zulu’s clothes and why he preferred them. We look into Big Zulu’s unique and expensive wardrobe from top to bottom.
Big Zulu’s wardrobe is expensive.
Mzansi erupted when Big Zulu wore a shot and an armless top en route to perform in Botswana. It wasn’t Big Zulu’s style. Being a Zulu man, he got his dressing style from the Zulu culture. His music also shows that he is a man of his culture.
He is a fashion Ambassador for Brentwood and Splitz, where he buys most of his clothes. The rapper is mostly putting on the Carvella Medalion Regio shoe. A shoe he developed in collaboration with Spitz South Africa. The shoes are manufactured in Italy and costs around R4,000.
Formal trousers dominate Big Zulu’s wardrobe with a few shots and jeans. The average price of his trousers is R1 500. He also boasts a wide range of sandals, including the Carvela Luxe Cross Over Buckle slide that costs R2,000.
To match with his preferred formal outfit, Big Zulu has a range of brown and mostly black belts. The majority of belts are Barron Leather belts that range from R1,000 to R1,200.
When it comes to shirts and T-shirts, Big Zulu is flexible. He had them across top clothing labels, including Ralph Lauren and Levi Strauss. Big Zulu also have other clothes in his wardrobe that the public doesn’t get to see often, including sportswear.
Big Zulu is inspiring with his dressing.
Kabza De Small is one of the artists inspired by Big Zulu’s style. The Imali Eningi hitmaker was left an encouraging comment on Kabza’s Instagram post with the caption ‘You great” before posting the same picture on his Instagram.
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