Agbada, a four piece male attire, is usually worn by the Yoruba’s of south western Nigeria and also the Republic of Bènin, West Africa.
This attire consists of a large free flowing outer robe called the “awosoke”, an undervest called ” awotele”, a pair of long trousers usually called “sokoto” and a hat called “fila”.
Agbada, as an African attire, can be worn by all ages and gender, depending on the purpose and occasion for which it should be worn.
📌Complete set: Awosoke, Awotele, Sokoto and Fila.
📌Available for children between ages 7-10
📌Available for only males.
📌Comes in different Ankara fabric prints.