Africa is a beautiful continent because it is richly blessed with diverse cultures. Ways dressing, eating and performing rituals vary from one country to the other. Today we center our attention on way of dressing and to be specific on model Olivia Yace.
This attire that crowned her Miss World Cote d' Ivoire in two thousand and twenty one is really one of the most amazing African wear you probably never have seen before. It is made of a piece of clothe decorated all over with cowrie shells collected from the ocean.
It perfectly suited her body and matched flawlessly with her natural skin color. Actually, that was the real definition of creativity since she accompanied the dress with a head gear which elegantly completed the African style in an exclusive manner because of its African patterns.
The model's dressing clearly depicted how unique our traditional attires can be, this is what we call Africanism, doing things our way without alliteration from the West.
Congratulations Olivia Yace for representing Africans in such a spectacular way.
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