What you wear in form of clothes and make – up are non verbal forms of communication, which connotes who you are, where you belong, what you posses and even how you will be addressed in the society.However, it is a pleasant surprise that old fashion is becoming celebrated once again. What we used to celebrate is gradually fading out, and what we used to ignore is now coming into limelight. The iro and buba of the Yoruba ethnic group, has now back as the oleku of the twenty first century and is being used by diverse ethnic groups, age and class and in one word, “accepted by all.”
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