The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, is a traditional ruler that is known for his great fashion sense apart from the fact that he can also be controversial. The king has a way of gracing occasions with beautiful traditional attires.
On the basis of the foregoing, Legit.ng brings you six times Oluwo of Iwo gave royal fashionista goals.
1. The king walks on the red carpet in style
The Oluwo of Iwo announces his own presence with royal gait as he steps on the red carpet while wearing an embroidered African attire.
His cap which sits perfectly on his head speaks of royalty and if one is to score the king's dressing on the scale of 100, it wouldn't be out of place to give him 99/100.
2. Decked in his agbada, looking regal
The traditional ruler wore this his agbada with royal style as he sat to receive the chief imam of Offaland, who paid him a courtesy visit in his palace.
3. Slaying in jacket and joggers with a face cap
Oluwo does not only wear traditional attires. The king also displays his fashion sense in foreign wears, and this is what he demonstrated in the photo below.
The king was spotted wearing a jacket and joggers with a face cap.
4. Dressed like an Emir
The Oluwo of Iwo decided to deviate from the Yoruba traditional way of dressing by dressing like an emir.
5. Wearing embroidered yellow and blue agbada
Oba Akanbi knows how to bring out the beauty of the African traditional attires, and this was done in the photo below.
He wore an embroidered yellow and blue agbada that spoke of royalty.
6. Slaying in a blazer and trousers
The traditional ruler decided to dress simple without announcing his royalty. He wore a blazer and trousers with a flat cap.
Despite the simplicity in his dressing, there was an aura of royalty in it.
Legit.ng previously compiled a list of four young stylish Yoruba kings.
Oba Akanbi made the list. The traditional ruler of Iwo is a king whose sense of fashion has distinguished him among Yoruba monarchs.
The young controversial king has continued to urge people to promote the Yoruba culture by wearing local attires.