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South African traditional dresses and accessories

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Best South African traditional dresses and accessories. What comes to your mind when you hear the name “Traditional Dress or African Dresses”? People have different ways of defining what is a traditional dress. Some South Africans define traditional dresses as the combination of garments, jewellery and accessories rooted in the past that is worn by an identifiable group of people.

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A traditional dress or costume is a phrase used widely both by the general public and fashion designers. Most traditional attires are inspired by people who live in rural areas or villages. However, the idea of traditional dress has been examined and researchers found that the phrase ‘traditional dress’ or ‘costume’ is often used interchangeably with the terms ethnic, regional, and folk dress.

“A folk dress or costume expresses an identity through costume, which is usually associated with a geographic area or a period of time in history. It can also indicate social, marital or religious status.”

In this article, we discuss modern traditional dresses and traditional dresses for wedding.

If you are a South African woman looking for a traditional ethnic dress or attire for a special occasion or to add new traditional print to your wardrobe, we’ve got you covered.

Latest top South African fashion traditional dresses trend in 2020

South African fashion designers are working very hard day and night to make sure that they supply you with the best traditional dresses for your wedding, matric dance or any special occasion.

2020 Fashion Trends of Traditional Dresses African

According to our research, we’ve discovered that African fashion dresses for women is considered to be one of the most recognizable and colorful fashion style among other varieties of ethnic styles.

Traditional natural materials such as silk, flax, cotton and other different combinations used for traditional clothing, are used for sewing these amazing dresses. Some fashion designers also use artificial synthetic fabrics for more expressive outfits with variety of textures.

Colours such as yellow, blue, green, orange, brown and red are often combined to create bright and exotic patterns of traditional attires and African fashion dresses style. Some African fashion designers also use patterns such as plans, wild animals and African landscapes that compliment your skin tone.

Another trend in 2020 is contemporary African fashion dresses style. The main focus is decoration and accessories. African traditional dresses are conventionally decorated with long fringes.

For your modern African dress styles, some South African traditional dresses designs also feature small pebbles, crystals, bird feathers, beads, sequins and many more.

Top traditional dresses in South Africa 2020

  • Shweshwe Traditional Dresses
  • Sepedi Traditional Dresses
  • Traditional Dresses Xhosa
  • Xitsonga Traditional Dresses
  • Modern Zulu Traditional Dress Design

Now that you have an idea about traditional attire, where to go? Well, you can search for traditional dresses African or South African traditional dresses designs shop around your area. Alternatively, you can try Gumtree.

Gumtree is an online classified advertisement and community website. Classified ads are either free or paid for depending on the product category and the geographical market.

 
 
 
 
 
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