Zulu Traditional outfits

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Zulu Chief

Black and white photograph of a Zulu Chief dressed in royal outfit during a ceremony.

Wire Bracelets

A pair of wire bracelets and a white beaded necklace.

Sisters

Black and white photograph of two sisters from Eshowe dressed in Zulu traditional outfits.

Kitchen Uniform

A red kitchen gown for females.

Izicholo

Izicholo: a pair of hats worn by Zulu married women made out of wool, grass and beads.

Isicholo

Isicholo; a hat worn by married Zulu women made out of grass and beads.

Insizwa

Black and white photograph of a Zulu man from Eshowe dressed in traditional clothes.

'Unkosikazi"

Black and white photograph of a married woman from Emsinga, dressed in a Zulu traditional outfit.

'Umblaselo'

Black and brown out worn by Zulu modern called 'Umblaselo'.

'Isicholo'

Isicholo; a hat worn by married Zulu woman made out of wool and grass.

'Imvunulo'

A young married woman dressed in her 'Imvunulo': traditional clothes from  Endwedwe.

'Imvunulo'

Black and white photograph of a Zulu man dressed in his traditional outfits called 'Imvunulo'.

'Imvunulo yoMama'

A married Zulu woman dressed in her traditional clothes.

'Amakhosikazi'

Black and white photograph of three married women from Greytown, dressed in Zulutraditional outfits.

"Unkosikazi"

Black and white photograph of a married woman from Emsinga dressed in a Zulu traditional outfit.

"Umshado"

Black and white photograph of a traditional Zulu wedding in Grey town.

"Umama neNdodakazi"

Black and white photograph of a Zulu mother and daughter posing outside their home; dressed in traditional outfits.

"Izinsizwa"

Zulu young men dressed in fine clothes for a wedding.

"Izikhafu'

Two traditional scarfs that are worn by men in happy ceremonies.

"Isidwaba"

Black and white photograph of a young maiden from Eshowe wearing a leather skirt called 'Isidwaba'.

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