The Tube Top Long African Sundress
Embroidery print is mirrored on the hip and a similar design is echoed at the lower hemline. Made to fall to (approximately) the ankle. Made by in India.
By the first millennium BC, ironworking had been introduced in Northern Africa and quickly spread across the Sahara into the northern parts of sub-Saharan Africa, and by 500 BC, metalworking began to become commonplace in West Africa.
Ironworking was fully established by roughly 500 BC in many areas of East and West Africa, although other regions didn't begin ironworking until the early centuries AD.