What you need to know about Iro and Buba.

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This Indigenous traditional attire has become a must-wear for every occasion like; church, weddings, casual outings, and almost anywhere. Traditionally, the iro is wrapped around the waist and the top of one end bunched up and tucked under folds of the wrapper on one side of the waist. Sometimes, both ends are tied at the back or the side of the wearer.

To rock this:
Do not attempt to rock this with flats, sneakers, ankle boots, knee length boots or even covered flat. Sandals, slides or heels are the best options for this.

Do not attempt to wear jackets over them. It is an indigenous attire and additional clothes over them aren’t allowed.

If they are blings or shining materials, gems or stones on them, reduce the accessories you will be pairing with them. Too much blings makes your outfit too busy.

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