In Ghana traditional dressing is our fashion style Kaba is the Ghanaian term used for the top half of the common traditional attire the Kaba and Slit; which comprises the long wrap skirt called the slit (sleet) and the matching blouse the Kaba. An African equivalent of the Western tailored top and Skirt, kaba is mostly dressed by ladies.
It can be made from almost any fabric; and can also be called Kaftan is most made of silk, wool, or cotton and often bound with a sash. Kaftans are worn by both men and women in variations.
The Jalabiya is usually putting on by Ghanaians and can also be known as Abaya Originally a traditional Egyptian garment, the same term is used for traditional Sudanese and Eritrean clothes, but both look different from the popular Egyptian garment which is worn by both Egyptian males and females and is much more colourful.
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