In Yorubaland,these attire was worn by the early fathers. Consisting of three parts, the sokoto or kembe,a long sleeved shirt and a wide open-stitched sleeveless gown worn over these.
Guns and ammunition s were stored in the sokoto during war and the over-gown was used to cover it.
It is usually covered with intricate embroidery and worn on special occasions. These has become a fashionable form of attire worn by both sexes , adopted by groomsmen for their wedding party, party guests, final year students of different institutions and the list goes on and on. The agbada trend is here to stay. Check below for some serious style inspiration.