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It was really fashionable around 2008 when women sported voluminous hijabs using a clip with a huge plastic flower (the gamboo’a) under the headscarf.
It soon became very popular, especially in the trendsetter country of the region: the UAE.
Among one of the most interesting surveys about clothes ever conducted in the region is the following one, conducted by the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research.
It shows how the perception of decency and modest clothing dramatically changes from one country to the other within the Middle East.
The white robe, called thoub/thobe, dishdasha or kandora, is the main item of clothing for Gulf men and is generally worn with a pair of loose fitting trousers called sirwal, either long or short.
While the keffiah is also used in Palestine and Jordan, the dishdasha remains the landmark of Gulf men’s fashion.
So how can we tell if they are actually Moroccan or Tunisian, only by the way they are dressed?
It is the most common kind of hijab, particularly in the Gulf countries (with the exception of Saudi Arabia) Photo credit: Faizal Riza MOHD RAF 2. It is very easy to wear and it is made of a head cap and a tubular scarf worn on top of it.