These cuties are dressed in printed Adire as well as printed Aso Oke attire. Aso oke is handwoven cloth created in strips that is also traditionally created by the Yoruba.
Ayo (which means joy) wears a printed adire fila (hat), aso oke agbada (robe) and adire sokoto (pants)
Ayo Ola (which means joy in wealth) wears an aso oke gele (head wrap), adire buba (blouse) and aso oke iro (wrap skirt). Her outfit would be incomplete without her iborun (shawl) draped over one shoulder.