Traditional clothing is an important part of any country's cultural identity. It is steeped in history and often holds significant symbolic value for members of a society. Always remember to respect cultural attributes and any religious meanings if you are wearing an items from another culture.
African women are born in, live in, and are from the continent of Africa. The culture, evolution and history of African women is related to the evolution and history of the African continent itself. Social Identity Theory. As we come from a long weekend where heritage was celebrated, we got to see a lot of women unleashing their African roots and being proud with their cultures.
One of the ladies we were absolutely fortunate to see rocking a beautiful traditional outfit, is Brown Mbombo who is popularly known as Prince Kaybee's ex-girlfriend. This wonderful lady who has been making waves Mzansi's spotlight alongside her twin sister who is a model has won a lot of people's hearts. She currently left many of her fans absolutely appalled by her beauty with her stylish traditional outfit.
Doesn't she just looks beautiful? Share your views, like and kindly share.
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