On social media, a photo collage of various groups of people dressed traditionally surfaced, sparking discussion in the comments area.
People are clothed in black and white attire, as can be seen in the post below, indicating "Xhosa" culture.
what do xhosa cultures wear?
The typical xhosa attire includes a long, vividly colored skirt, a blouse to match, and a vibrant headscarf. Women also don earrings and a necklace made of beads. Men typically carry a staff or spear and dress in a long, colorful coat.
What traditional clothes do the man and woman in the Xhosa culture wear?
Married women customarily wear the headscarf, or iqhiya. Embroidered capes or blankets are put around the shoulders to finish the look. Traditionally, Xhosa men served as warriors, hunters, and stockmen, and as such, animal skin played a significant role in their traditional attire.
An individual by the user name of " @ AfricaFactsZone " felt the need to share this sight with the people on social media.
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