ulky dress with loose sleeves covering the full body, from chest to just above the ankle. It is worn only on special occasions. Tailoring and embroidery follow patterns that symbolize ethnic identity.ost popular African fabric pattern and is identified by its dazzling, multicolored patterns of bright colors, geometric shapes, and bold designs.
A white wedding was never done in my culture, but now that everything has evolved us Zulu brides want to also want to wear the white dress, walk down the aisle etc..lol. So we are then forced to have both the white and the traditional wedding.While my gals and I were chaning, we were constantly asked if we were done yet, I mean really? Do you know how long it takes to wear isidwaba (traditional Zulu skirt