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Traditional Dresses: It’s been an extreme end of the week. This season’s flu virus bug had every one of us in the Khoza family. Winter is certainly making its essence known here in the UK and despite the fact that this season’s flu virus bug is showing signs of improvement, it inst totally gone. In view of influenza, we spent the greater part of the end of the week inside viewing F1. Following a time of watching the game with MR K and putting on a show to be intrigued, I can, at last, say I’m a colossal fan. I was trusting my most loved driver, Lewis Hamilton would win the title. At any rate well done to victor Nico Rosberg and in the expressions of the man who lost a title. “Yet at the same time, we rise”
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South Africa’s diverse mix of cultures, ethnic groups and religions has given rise to a variety of traditional dress. In African cultures for example, age and social standing is reflected in the clothes a person wears. Here, we take a look at the various types of traditional wear found in South Africa.
In Zulu culture, women also wear different attire at different stages of their lives. A single young woman wears her hair short and only a short grass-reed skirt embellished with beads, while engaged women will cover their breasts and grow their hair.
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The Xhosa hold relative unions in high respect. consequently, the Xhosa place in an exceedingly plenty of lab-our from once the lucky man picks his woman of the hour to the quality wedding. On the big day, the couple stagger within the typical Xhosa wedding covering.
the subsequent are photos of the Xhosa typical wedding covering for woman and man of the hour. confine mind all of the piece worn by the woman of the hour or man of the hour has some crucial.
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In western culture the wearing of pants is commonplace among men and women. In traditional Xhosa society, young girls do not wear pants or at least are not supposed to. While this might seem outdated to the western observer, Xhosa culture is by its very nature, amiable, accommodating and encourages positive attitudes to life. Nowadays, it isn’t unusual, although perhaps frowned upon by older members of Xhosa society, to see modern Xhosa girls and women wearing the latest leggings.
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The Xhosa people have a very complex and diverse clothing culture as what you wear is decided by a person’s social standing. The clothing almost always features beautifully designed beadwork and colourful, printed fabrics. Women’s clothing defines different stages of her life.
For women, their main items of clothing include long skirts and aprons with amazing printed or embroidered fabrics. Elaborate beaded necklaces, called ithumbu, are worn around the neck, as well as beaded anklets and bracelets.
As well as the skirt, aprons and beaded necklaces and bracelets, the women will also wear what is called an iqhiya, or headscarf. This headscarf is traditionally worn by married women. To complete the ensemble, embroidered blankets are worn around the shoulders.
Xhosa men are the hunters, the warriors, and the stockman, therefore animal skins play a huge part in their traditional dress. On special occasions, embroidered skirts are worn, with a rectangular cloth over the left shoulder, or a tunic, with strands of beaded necklaces.
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