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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 4:56pm On Dec 25, 2012


Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 5:04pm On Dec 25, 2012
Tradi-Modern Outfits, things people usually wear everyday










Old woman in a village going to her plantation
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 5:10pm On Dec 25, 2012
Boubou from the Guere? @ Ivo is this style Guere/Wobe/We or Dan/Yacouba?


Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 8:40pm On Dec 25, 2012
Sybellah: Boubou from the Guere? @ Ivo is this style Guere/Wobe/We or Dan/Yacouba?

huuuum ca la c'est dure deh, je n'arrive pas a faire la différence entre les boubou wê et yacouba
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 8:57pm On Dec 25, 2012
aa ok
je pense most of the Yacouba live in Man, il y'en a pas beaucoup a Babi, or maybe i am wrong. I didn't meet that many, however they are among the most numerous in CIV, 1m+

There are not Kru, but don't u think their culture is a bit closer to the We?
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 9:04pm On Dec 25, 2012
Sybellah: aa ok
je pense most of the Yacouba live in Man, il y'en a pas beaucoup a Babi, or maybe i am wrong. I didn't meet that many, however they are among the most numerous in CIV, 1m+

There are not Kru, but don't u think their culture is a bit closer to the We?
yes of course, they live in their own region, few of them live in abidjan, par contre les yacouba 1m+ je pense que moins (enfin je sais pas) je pensais que les agni était plus nombreux que les yacouba, yes they are not kru but ils sont influencé par les wê, les bétés de daloa aussi (on le retrouve dans leur culture avec les masque bété-yacouba) etc.... do you know the difference between the ivorian kru and liberian kru?
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 9:25pm On Dec 25, 2012
ivorian225: yes of course, they live in their own region, few of them live in abidjan, par contre les yacouba 1m+ je pense que moins (enfin je sais pas) je pensais que les agni était plus nombreux que les yacouba, yes they are not kru but ils sont influencé par les wê, les bétés de daloa aussi (on le retrouve dans leur culture avec les masque bété-yacouba) etc.... do you know the difference between the ivorian kru and liberian kru?

sisi in many of the CIV demographic descriptions the Dan/Yacouba are among the most numerous. I think they are as numerous as the Agni. Also i think there are a lot of Bete, however most descriptions show less than 1m dunno why.

Ivorian Kru are eastern kru and liberian western kru grin
looolz dun really know, is the difference mostly in their dances and masks' exhibition or it goes deeper than that?
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 9:30pm On Dec 25, 2012
And I am also not familiar with their names:

I think Dion is a Yacouba last name, Diomande can also be Yacouba, however it can be Toura, Koyaka or Mahouka
Some of the Dan have Malinke last names as well
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 9:52pm On Dec 25, 2012
Sybellah:

sisi in many of the CIV demographic descriptions the Dan/Yacouba are among the most numerous. I think they are as numerous as the Agni. Also i think there are a lot of Bete, however most descriptions show less than 1m dunno why.

aaah ok je connais pas trop la demographie de la cote d'ivoire embarassed mais bon c'est sur que c'est l'une des ethnie les plus importante de la civ, quand au bété c'est étonnant, moi je pensait tout le contraire en faite loool, tu m'apprend des choses ce soir
Ivorian Kru are eastern kru and liberian western kru
looolz dun really know, is the difference mostly in their dances and masks' exhibition or it goes deeper than that?
loool u kill me je vais essayé de mener une enquete la dessus et je te dirai
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 12:31am On Dec 26, 2012
ivorian225:
loool u kill me je vais essayé de mener une enquete la dessus et je te dirai

lool kk wink
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 12:42am On Dec 26, 2012
Bhete Women are beautiful smiley


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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 12:48am On Dec 26, 2012
Sybellah: Bhete Women are beautiful smiley

They are beautifull smiley
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 12:50am On Dec 26, 2012
@ Syb J'adore trop tes tofs
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 12:50am On Dec 26, 2012
Random smiley

Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 12:52am On Dec 26, 2012
ivorian225: @ Syb J'adore trop tes tofs

ahah merci, j'adore tes tofs pareil, we represent well well grin

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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:01am On Dec 26, 2012
Region Dabakala-I guess they are Senoufo

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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:05am On Dec 26, 2012
Sybellah: Region Dabakala-I guess they are Senoufo

Wow senoufo women are very beautifull, the most beautifull of CIV (what do you think @ syb)
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:10am On Dec 26, 2012
ivorian225: Wow senoufo women are very beautifull, the most beautifull of CIV (what do you think @ syb)

yes Senoufo women are gorgeous, Malinke, Bhete and Baoule too....so between those 4 I dunno, I guess there is a draw

match nul tongue

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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:12am On Dec 26, 2012
Akan

Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:19am On Dec 26, 2012
Lobi ethnic group

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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:23am On Dec 26, 2012
Lobi Family

Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:24am On Dec 26, 2012
ivorian225: Akan

the woman is from Saioua no?
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by 9jam: 1:30am On Dec 26, 2012
I love IVC attire, could you post more bete and baule attire please
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by 9jam: 1:32am On Dec 26, 2012
Sybellah: Bhete Women are beautiful smiley


this bete woman is very beautifull, what's the name of the cloth
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:32am On Dec 26, 2012
hayi why yo post has been hidden
Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:33am On Dec 26, 2012
9ja-m:
I love IVC attire, could you post more bete and baule attire please

thank you dear smiley

I am looking for more, as soon as I find, I ll post them smiley

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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by Nobody: 1:35am On Dec 26, 2012
9ja-m:
this bete woman is very beautifull, what's the name of the cloth

This one ain't Kita/Kente, raffia or Tappa so I don't know sad

I think it's a regular wrapper

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Re: Traditional Attire Of Ivory Coast by 9jam: 1:40am On Dec 26, 2012
Sysy:

This one ain't Kita/Kente, raffia or Tappa so I don't know sad

I think it's a regular wrapper
Ivorian are so creative, i know some ivorian woman (bete, baule and madinka) and i think they are the most beautifull of W.AFRICA

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