Yoruba Dresses are beautiful and properly crafted to bring out the beauty of a person. It is widely worn by many people, not of the Yoruba tribe, because of its uniqueness.
One of the most beautiful sight to behold is seeing a white person in a Yoruba dress, it is always lovely.
Yoruba dresses are known for promoting decency, and showcasing the beauty of Yoruba culture.
The men do wear Buba, Esiki, Sapara which are referred to as ewu awotele while Dandogo, Agbada, Gbariye, Sulia and Oyala are known as ewu awoke. As for the Sokoto, it could be kembe, Gbanu, Sooro, Kamu, Sokoto elemu.
In Yoruba land, a man's dress is incomplete without a cap, popularly known as fila.
For women's wear, they make use of Iro and Buba, while Gele (headgear) is used with it. A woman is to use Gele to dress up properly according to Yoruba standard.
It's indeed amazing when a white person put on a Yoruba dress.
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