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Traditional ‘Fulani’ Outfit

Yay for Friday!!!! Haha. Getting excited as if Monday is not right around the corner (downer).

If you haven’t noticed. I love exploring and incorporating different cultures into my outfit. Today, I’m actually honoring part of my heritage. My mom’s side of the family is from the Northern part of Nigeria. The Fulani tribe.

Bought this outfit in 2009 when Greg and I visited Nigeria with the kids. Sometimes, I wear them separately. Top with jeans, and the wrap with a button up shirt or crop tee.

I have on two different lengths/size beads, but somehow, the longer and smaller beaded necklace is tucked under my tank. Wishing you a very restful weekend. Enjoy.. xo

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okolo
okolo

hi do you know if i could possibly get this outfit in the US?

Zenecia Moor
Zenecia Moor

OMG... You are the BEST for rocking this 'fit! lol. I just LOVE seeing this style ...Aah, so beautiful. This one just made my day xx

Paulaa
Paulaa

hello. i am doing a presentation in school about nigeria and is it okay if i use of of these pictures for my presentation. i would really apprecite it if you let me. thank you so muchh

zarna
zarna

you look SO beautiful! i love multicultural dressing and learning about other peoples heritage - thanks for sharing :)

Buky
Buky

You make the Fulani outfit looks so chic! Of course its chic but you make it very fashionable. Im Yoruba so we dnt have the whole Fulani thing gong but I love it! http://districtoffashion.blogspot.com/

Style Pantry
Style Pantry

Thank you, Rocquelle. Have a fantastic weekend. x

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