Navy “abacost” suit

Abacost is the abbreviation for “down the costume”. This costume is inspired by the dress style imposed in the early 1970s in the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire). This sartorial doctrine prohibited the wearing of suits and ties, in favor of a man’s jacket, without a collar, cut from a light fabric and generally with short sleeves. KIBIRKA was inspired by it to encourage lovers of Africa and fashion to be free in their choice of clothing and to adopt a style of their own.

This navy blue twill suit consists of a zipped jacket with a Mandarin collar, fitted darts and 2 back slits. The slim pants are highlighted by invisible zips at the pockets and at the bottom of the legs. This model is fully lined in peacock print. It is distinguished by its cowrie jewels at the cuffs and under the waistband of the pants and gives unparalleled comfort.

  • 4 buttons on each cuff
  • Non-openable buttonhole
  • Cowrie jewelry at the cuffs
  • Chest pocket
  • Back length: 75 cm (size 48R)
  • Slim pants with belt loops
  • Zipper and hook-and-eye closure
  • 4 invisible zips 2 pocket entries and 2 lower legs
  • 97% polyester, 3% elastane
  • Made in Portugal