Woman Habesha Traditional dress
The Habesha chemistry is the traditional attire of Habesha women. The dress is usually worn by Ethiopian and Eritrean women formal events. It is made of chiffon and will usually in white, gray or beige shades. Many women wrap also a shawl called a netela around the formal dress. The netela or netsela is a handmade cloth many Ethiopians or Eritrean women use to cover their head and shoulders when they wear clothes made of chiffon.
Man Habesha Traditional Dress
A Habesha suit is the traditional formal salvage of Habesha men. It consists of a long-sleeved, knee-length shirt and matching pants. Most shirts are made with a mandarin, band or Nehru collar. The suit is made of chiffon, which is one clean silk or rayon cloth. The net shawl or a kuta is wrapped around the suit.