New traditional Ethiopian dress 100% Cotton

Handwoven, hand embroidered and hand spun cotton. 100% cotton.

Ethiopian Handmade Dress

This is a Hand Made Ethiopian Custom Dress Made With a Unique Design & Style.

Fashion Fetil (Cotten) with Tibeb Top

Fashion Dress Made From Blue Menen Fabric.

Fashion Fetil (Cotten) with Tibeb Top

Blue saba Habesha fashion dress with telf on dress and at the back of waist coat.

New Featured Designs

IMGL0072
IMGL0108
IMGL0173 copy
IMGL0183
IMGL0196
IMGL0212
IMGL0246
IMGL0261
IMGL0285
IMGL0324
IMGL0357
IMGL0359
IMGL0372
IMGL0392
IMGL0406
IMGL0467
IMGL0471
IMGL0498
IMGL0546
IMGL0550
IMGL0630
IMGL0639-2
IMGL0699
IMGL0730-3
IMGL0730-4
IMGL0775
IMGL0814
IMGL1220-2
IMGL1228
IMGL1241
IMGL1277
IMGL1287
IMGL1303
IMGL1362
IMGL1394
IMGL1421
IMGL1433 copy
IMGL1481 copy copy
IMGL1486
IMGL1505
IMGL1530
IMGL1532
IMGL1535
IMGL1632
IMGL1646
IMGL1655
IMGL1672-2
MASKED1
MASKED2
MASKED3
MASKED4

welcome to our website

Our web site features many items from our stores. However, each item is unique because they are handmade and an exact item as in the picture may not be available. We usually have very close substitutes that we'll be happy to recommend. Substitutes usually have slight variations in color or pattern, pattern size etc.

We take orders from across the United States , Canada , Europe , Japan and Australia . Safari Ethiopian Store has been in business for 10 years and we are experts suggesting items for all occasions.

Ejig design range from traditional clothing that resemble very closely what was worn for the last hundreds and maybe even thousands of years in Ethiopia and today's cultural clothing's that are influenced by modern fashion trends.

AtEjig design, we specialize on the traditional clothes. Specializing in this one area allows us to bring the best of the best and provide a depth of variations so you'll find something to your unique liking.

Our clothes are made fully by hand by traditional weavers who are called 'Shemane'. This art of weaving is hundreds years old. Following is an excerpt from Professor Richard Pankhurst's paper on traditional Ethiopian weaving technology.