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A flowing robe with wide sleeves worn by men in some parts of West Africa and North Africa.
The name “Agbada” (Yoruba) is not what it is generally known as; some other names are: Boubou (Senegal), Gandora (Tureg), Babban riga (Hausa), and so on.
 An Agbada, nicely worn to a wedding or similar events, might just get you more than a souvenir…you know what I mean! Who said you had to be on an Armani tuxedo to look classy?
 Here are some basic things to keep in mind while styling an Agbada:

·        Your Fila (head gear) doesn’t need too many formulas. It just needs to go with the flow…nothing weird.
·         Make sure your trousers (sokoto) don’t cover your shoes or sandals; half an inch above your shoes or sandals will do. You also need your shoes to get a piece of the action. Make sure you do not go “all Michael Jackson” on the trousers.  
Blings are highly welcome. Timberlands and High Tops are totally out of bounds unless you are Ice Prince, preparing for a video shoot. 

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