Agbada is a traditional attire mostly worn by the Yoruba men, but now it's among the trendy outfit parents rock their kids to special occasions which gives them a captivating and smart look.
If you want to sew a dress for your kid, you need to consider the texture and color because it plays an effective role in your child's appearance. In today's fashion update, we will be looking at some unique styles below.
The above style is sewn with Aso Oke and the color, brightened up the child's appearance. The chocolate design on his fabric enhanced the beauty of his look and his cap, shoe and bead, suits his dress.
The boy in the above photo is looking smart and the style of his dress is classy. The color combination is beautiful and his hair cut and shoe gave him an outstanding look.
The above child is looking like a Muslim child because of the style of his Agbada. His outfit is simple and his sandals and cap, enhanced his cuteness.
The above child used a lace fabric in sewing his Agbada dress and the color combination gave him a good combo.
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