It is all about your love for attention to detail and alluring design. Tame at first glance, this orange number features a Kente printed fabric, and statement oversized buttons on the back, that add a touch of boldness and audacity to this distinguished piece.
Designed to complement your figure, this crop top is cut to accentuate and draw the eyes up to your waist.
Kaba is the name for the victorian styled dresses that was imposed to African women in Douala, to “cover” their features (hide their features, as most of the time, all what they used to wear resumed to wrapping a piece of fabric around their waist, leaving bare breasts, or walking completely naked). To mock that attempt of hiding their features, we decided to name our crop top, a sexy item, after that restrictional outfit, which became the traditional outfit of SAWA women.
The cutting process of the original Kaba, has been used to design this top, except that it has been cropped.
The absolutely fearless Kaba crop top is a versatile piece that can be matched to our fashion adire palazzo pants.
The crop top has no lining and has two covered raffia buttons on the back for closure. It can be worn on top of a sheath dress for decorative purpose, or on top of a jean as a crop top.
The item is made to your measurements, so it will fit perfectly. Kindly provide your measurements if not in our size table. Wholesale price is available. Kindly send us a message at [email protected] or call/whatsapp at +237 653 772 024. Price is negotiable.
Sourced and handmade in Cameroon.
Model is 1m75 and wears UK6/US2/EU36.
• Cotton, Kente prints
• No lining
• Casual, Elegant
• Gift message available
• Made in Cameroon
• For questions, kindly send a message
Lining: No lining
True to size
Wash cold with mild soap
Hang dry in shade
DO NOT BLEACH
Steam iron is recommended
Do not tumble dry
Avoid spin cycle
Returns and exchanges are accepted for this item. Exceptions may apply. See Return and Exchanges.
Kaba crop top is part of our collection JEBALE, which celebrates SAWA Culture in general, DUALA culture in particular.