- What is the country’s name? Jamaica
- What is the country’s year of independence? 8/6/62
- What is the country’s capital? Kingston
- What is the country’s national dish? Ackee and Saltfish
- What is the country’s national language? English, Patois – dialect
Casual – White turtle neck with a snake skin pattern paired with black high waisted skinny jeans and black leather booties
Formal – Full coral suit with a white and black abstract art blouse paired with nude heels
Evensen Saint Juste
- Port au prince
- Griot and rice
Casual fit- just what i wear on the daily to be comfortable. Nothing too crazy
Formal- a lil colorful cause my people love being extra and love dressing up.
- December 12th 1963
- Although there is not a specific national cuisine, there are two national dishes: ugali and nyama choma
Casual: black, hunt green and light green patterned skirt, white flitted tank top, black sheer-sleeved leather jacket, and black ankle boots.
Formal: Sparkly Peachy-Pink A-line gown.
- One of the countries in Africa that have not been colonized.
- Addis Abeba
- Picture of the national dish attached below and it is called Doro Wot.
Casual: This look is something you wear on either a winter or fall day. It is very casual and comfortable. It can be accessorized any way you want to either look classy or just comfortable.
For the formal look, I choose to wear a traditional Ethiopian dress, Habesha Kemis as it is usually called. It is handmade and usually takes months to create the different designs that woven into the dress. It is usually worn for special occasions like holidays, weddings, churches, and etc.
- What is the country’s name? Guyana
- What is the country’s year of independence? 1966
- What is the country’s capital? Georgetown
- What is the country’s national dish? Guyanese Pepperpot
- What is the country’s national language? English/Guyanese Creole
Casual: My skin is not your costume” black shirt, jeans, and black sneakers.
Formal wear: a white gown and heels.
- Port of Spain
- Casual Wear: White/Black patterned jacket, black jeans, white/black shoes, silver chain, jeans chain
Formal Wear: Grey suit, black turtleneck sweater, black dress shoes