OM Yoruba Traditional Cap
Nigeria’s traditional fashion styles are not complete without a matching cap. Dressing and fashion keeps evolving, however, the native cap(Fila) fondly called by this indigenous tribe is still the same as many years ago. There are different native caps with designs depend on the choice of fabrics and type of style.
Traditional fashion styles are not complete without a matching cap. It is a unique part of the outfit that makes every man wearing native looks dashing and elegant.
Yoruba native caps are popularly known as ‘Fila’ which is the Yoruba name for the cap and are made of different types of material which are mostly from Aso-Oke fabric, velvet, cotton, or damask to complement native attires such as Agbada regalia different and types of other fabrics prints and designs, etc
The most important thing to note when using the native cap is that it must match other clothing you are putting on or colour combined.
Traditionally, some believe that wearing your cap to the right shows you are married, if left, it means you are single. But nowadays, it’s about fashion and promoting Yoruba culture.
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