The white Kora blouse is a popular style for summer wear. Sleeveless kora is an easy style to wear during hot climates. It keeps the user cool and protects their skin from sunburn by shielding their arms. Each side of the white Kora has two large buttons at chest level. Women use these buttons to secure their kora when dressing up for special occasions or for informal activities like dancing. You can also fasten your shirt after taking a bath so it does not cling to your skin and make you sweat profusely.
Hakoba Kora white Kora blouse is made of comfortable material so it fits well on both male and female bodies. The white Kora has three large buttons at chest level that women use to secure their shirt. Each side of the body also has wide hanging sleeves to protect the user's forearms from sunburn and to give it an authentic African feel and look. Women drape their ethnic accessories such as kora on their backs while they walk with pride and dignity.
A kora is a traditional dress in Gambia that originated from India in the 18th century. Women in Gambia - and other parts of West Africa - wear this type of ethnic clothing as a form of fashion or as an accessory to formal events or casual wear.