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Stunning Ways Kente Traditional Attire Can Change Your Style - MOMO AFRICA

You must not be a Ghanaian to wear Kente. It is not surprising to see stunning multicoloured scarves made round the United States during graduation day. We are yet to see someone who doesn’t like Kente fabric. Kente originates from the Ashanti people of Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana. The Ashanti noblemen and kings are always […]

Stylish Xhosa attire - Mandla Mandela and his wife at the State of the Nation Address 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa. Picture by Gabi Mbele Xhosa Attire, African Attire, African Wear, African Women, African Dress, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, African Princess, Shweshwe Dresses

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Stylish Xhosa attire - Mandla Mandela and his wife at the State of the Nation Address 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa. Picture by Gabi Mbele