The Head Gear
The head gear or cap that is worn is called Fila. Fila comes in different designs and colours. It is important that you choose a cap colour that will not conflict with your Agbada’s colour.
Your accessories are as important as you look. Your Agbada should not fit with your rings, necklaces, chains, wristwatch or cuff links. You will have to pick your accessories carefully to ensure that your outlook is extraordinary.
Agbada without starch is not complete. Every great Agbada comes properly starched. When an Agbada is not properly starched, it will make the wear look tiny inside the massive robe. You and your Agbada should have a blend of closeness but, it can only happen if you starch it properly.
The Trouser Length
Sokoto is the name of the Agbada’s trousers. The length of the trousers should be appropriate. Many people have their preference when it comes to the trousers; regular or fitted. However, whatever you choose, do not allow it cover your shoes or long enough for people to see it.
Protection and Packaging
You must learn to store your Agbada safely after you have collected it from your dry cleaner. Ensure that it is far from dirt especially if it is white in colour.