The ilihhiya is the traditional dress of the Swazi ladies. While unmarried women may wear simply beads over their upper torsos, particularly for special occasions like the marriage ceremony, married women usually cover entire upper bodies and occasionally wear traditional “beehive” styles. A lot of people mistakenly believe that all ethnic groups on the continent wear traditional African clothes. That is flat-out incorrect. This is due to the fact that certain clothing is designed specifically for a particular ethnic group or nation. This story holds true for Swazis who see cultural oddities in their traditional clothing. Even though the clothing is simple, it is a well-kept representation of Swazi culture.