Wear Ghana: The dapper Ghanaian men dressing up in Adinkra inspired socks


There is a popular saying that you “can judge a man by the shoes he wears” and you can be able to pass judgment on his socks too.

Adinkra Republic

For every gentleman, wearing socks is an essential part of dressing because aside from the aesthetics and the message it sends across, it also helps against smelly feet.

The art of stylishly dressing up in socks can seem an intimidating task to those who are beginning their journey in style.

If you are a street style enthusiast too or anyone who loves to wear sneakers chances are that you find wearing socks appealing but sometimes tricky.

READ MORE: Class of 2020: Meet the most Stylish Men of the year.

Thankfully, a number of our favourite Ghanaian public figures in the field of entertainment, sports, politics and leadership are currently showing us how to rock socks and they’re doing with Ghana in mind.

Several of these figures are not just wearing socks that make their feet happy but celebrating Ghanaian heritage and folklore with the Adinkra Republic range of socks.

We’ve spotted the likes of Van Vicker, Kofi Okyere-Darko, Bola Ray and many others rocking these quality cotton fabric socks in their own style.

Adinkra Republic is a luxury menswear brand that produces socks and other accessories inspired by the heritage-rich Adinkra symbols.

According to the founder of the brand, Nana Senkyire Agyeman the socks is his way of celebrating Ghanaian culture and heritage:

Each pair of Adinkra Republic socks is designed with an explanation of the symbols in an inspirational quote that reminds you to stay true to the symbol’s true definition. We differentiate ourselves by bringing you colourful design products, with the highest quality, creativity, and craftsmanship.

The socks are also made in exciting patterns fused with Adinkra Symbols that are such an exciting complement to your pantsuits, denim jeans or track pants.

For style and inspiration purposes, we’ve curated a list of the Ghanaian men who are stepping out in confidence wearing Adinkra socks.

Check them out.

Van Vicker

Award-winning Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker chose Blue Aya socks for his black brogues to complement his suit.


Who ever said you can’t rock your prints and your socks hasn’t met fashionista Kofi Okyere-Darko. We are still green with envy for how he effortlessly pulls this look.


Kelvynboy showed us his class side rocking his tuxedo and socks for his music video which could pass for the cover of magazine.

Matthew Opoku Prempeh

Hon Mathhew Opoku Prempeh is also a fan of the happy socks trend and steps out in them.

Having cold feet on how to style your street looks with Adinkra socks ?? Well here’s pictorial evidence that is it can be done and well. Sock it up.

Nathaniel Attoh

Best-dressed Radio Personality, Nathaniel Attoh knows a lot of things about style and the art of fancy dressing. Here he is spotted at an event looking jaunty and in an Adinkra socks

Bola Ray

Spoilt for choice?? Bola Ray engages with the brand founder as they explore a gift box of Adinkra socks.


Our very own Rastaman, Samini also keeps it clean and happy with Adinkra. Definitely a well deserved endorsement

Denzel Prempeh

If you are like Pastor Denzel Prempeh and like to be semi-casual pair the loafers with a socks from Adinkra Republic.

You can check out at Adinkra Republic on Instagram or on their website.



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