The Yorubas have a distinct sense of style, making them have varieties of clothes that makes their culture noticeable amongst other cultures. They take immense pride in their attire, for which they are well known for. Clothing materials traditionally comes from processed cotton by traditional weavers. They believe that the type of clothes worn by a man depicts his personality and social status, and that different occasions require different clothing outfits.
Kèmbè is an African print, baggys styled, pants popular among the Yorubas. It is sown to match Èwu awòleke/Èwu awosoke (over wears), such as Agbàdà, Dandogo, Gbariye etc, these are worn on Èwu awòtèlè (Under wears), such as Èsiki, Buba, Sapara.
I rocked my prim’n’proper (@primnproper1014) KÈMBÈ the ultra modern way, with a Filà(Native cap) & a custom made tee that has an interesting face painting photo of me imprinted on it, tee from the stable of mubbysclothier (@mubbysclothier).