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The royals first wore bark cloth until the last quarter of the 15th Century when ordinary citizens started wearing it too. Then it was followed by cotton when the missionaries and Indians came to Uganda.


Baganda women wore bark cloth by wrapping it around themselves and tying it with a sash. In around the 1940’s after the introduction of cotton, the headmistress of Gayaza High School; a prominent girls school in Uganda,

hired the services of a Goan tailor called Gomes to help modify the school uniform and make it easy to wear. He designed a floor length dress with a square neckline, short sleeves, pointed shoulders and a sash.


The kanzu is the Kiganda traditional dress for men. It is in form of a Turkish tunic which is always white or cream in colour. It has embroidery at the neckline and mid-leg. It is usually worn with a jacket and a pair over trousers underneath.

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