The ankle length dress is usually worn by Ethiopian and Eritrean women at formal events. But it comes in many forms nowadays. It is made of cotton fabric, and typically comes in white, grey or beige shades. Many women also wrap a shawl called a netela around the formal dress.
In North America, Europe and Australia, this dress is retailed at "Ethiopian markets" or "Eritrean markets." Many Eritrean markets source it from Ethiopia. And as it is not their tradition, if a non-Ethiopian wears this dress it is perceived by Ethiopians as a cultural appreciation.
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