Royal Attires or clothes are Traditional Uniforms or Attires that are meant for Kings or Traditional Rulers, Every Kingdom has different Royal Attires that are meant for Kings. Some Kings dresses in Agbada while some dresses in Traditional Outfits, some Kings are also mandated to wear their Crown at all times.
Even though these Royal Attires seems different to some people, most Kings are happy with it because it is also a symbol of their Kingship. Royal Attires are also very important to Kings and some are not allowed to go out without wearing the Attires. Because of this it is hard to see Kings putting on different Attires.
Ooni of Ife and The Alaafin of Oyo Kingdom are among the most Famous Kings in Nigeria and Africa, these Kings also has their Royal Attires and they hardly go out without these Attires. Because of that most people have not seen them in simpler outfits, today I came across some photos of these two great Kings putting on other simpler clothes, and they really look handsome in these photos.
Today I will be sharing these photos with you so you can see these great men in other outfits.
Checkout The photos below
Alaafin Of Oyo
Ooni Of Ife
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