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Arabian women’s clothing mostly consists of non-transparent, loose garments covering all of their body except for the hands and face. The Pardah system which is prevalent in this area stipulates that women cover their body and face, when outside,  as a symbol of modesty and Islamic faith.

Arabian Women follow the pardah system out of their religious obligations as well as their own personal choice.There are many who cherish their freedom to wear their choice of Arabian clothing . The arabian fashion celebrates beauty, modesty, bondage, holiness, humility and holiness at the same time

Islamic clothing for women differ slightly between countries in the region but the basic concept is the same.Covering the body of women from males who are not relatives. A common question I have heard is ‘what is the difference between a hijab and niqab? . They sound so similar. Most of the Arabian names for the garments have subtle but distinct differences.


This is a headscraf worn over the head by muslim women. Usually they are worn around the head covering the neck and the chest as well. The face is usually not covered with the hijab. A square scarf is usually used as a Hijab wrapped around the head and neck .Checkout the tutorial to make different types of Hijab

2. Abaya

Abaya is a tunic with full body covering usually made in a black fabric. This is usually worn over other clothing and is made in a light weight fabric . Nowadays fashion conscious muslim women are choosing embellished abayas in a variety of colours.

Abaya is known by different names in different countries of the region. In Qatar Al darraa, a version of Abaya is worn;  Balto is the  Yemenese version of abaya

3. Jilbab

This is a very long and loose over garment, which covers your full body except for the feet hands head and face

4. Burqa

The burqa is a most comprehensive head cover for the muslim women with just a mesh screen over the eyes through which the muslim women can look out . The entire face and head is almost covered except for the partially opaque veil over the eyes. This clothing is more prevalent among the more conservative Muslim countries like Afganistan

5. Niqab

This is a covering for the face including the moth and nose, leaving only the eyes uncovered. Along with this Head is also covered with a headscarf when wearing the niqab. Niqab is mostly worn in black, grey, beige and white colours

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6. Al amira

This is a head covering with two pieces. One is a close fitting cap covering the head and then a tube scarf covering wrapped around the head and the neck

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7. Shayla

This is a long shawl ( rectangular in shape) which is wrapped around the head and neck and shoulder. It is usually pinned to the shoulders, or tucked around the face

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8. Khimar

Khimar is a long loose cape like  veil that covers the head, neck and shoulders without covering the face. This is usually used as a prayer garment

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9. Chador

Chador is a full body covering in one piece, a  long, loose robe that covers the head and body down to the feet. A scarf is at times worn under the chador . It is mostly seen in black and is commonly worn by women in Iran.

10 Tunics

Salwar Kameez -This is a tunic and pants worn by Muslim women in some countries along with shayla for a modest covering of the body. Checkout the tutorial to sew a Salwar kameez and salwar kameez pants 

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Kaftans – This loose garment is also very popular among the Arabian women. This tunic made in flowy drapey cltohes are most suitable for the tropical climate of the area. Checkout the tutorial to make a Kaftan

A Glossary of Islamic Clothing


A woman wearing a hijab holds a baby
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By Huda Updated July 03, 2019

Muslims generally observe modest dress, but the variety of styles and colors have various names depending on the country. Here is a glossary of the most common names of Islamic clothing for both men and women, along with photos and descriptions.


A woman wearing a hijab looks through her mail
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The word Hijab is sometimes used to generally describe a Muslim women’s modest dress. More specifically, it refers to a square or rectangular piece of fabric which is folded, placed over the head and fastened under the chin as a headscarf. Depending on the style and location, this may also be called a shaylah or tarhah.


A woman wearing a khimar
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A general term for a woman’s head and/or face veil. This word is sometimes used to describe a particular style of scarf that drapes over the entire top half of a woman’s body, down to the waist.


A woman wearing an abaya with colorful sleeves
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Common in the Arab Gulf countries, this a cloak for women that is worn over other clothing when in public. The abaya is usually made of black synthetic fiber, sometimes decorated with colored embroidery or sequins. The abaya may be worn from the top of the head to the ground (like the chador described below), or over the shoulders. It is usually fastened so that it is closed. It may be combined with a headscarf or face veil.


Woman in black chador in mosque in Shiraz, Iran.
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An enveloping cloak was worn by women, from the top of the head to the ground. Usually worn in Iran without a face veil. Unlike the abaya described above, the chador is sometimes not fastened in the front.


Woman wearing a jilbab and hijab.
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Sometimes used as a general term, quoted from the Qur’an 33:59, for an over-garment or cloak worn by Muslim women when in public. Sometimes refers to a specific style of cloak, similar to the abaya but more fitted, and in a wider variety of fabrics and colors. It looks more similar to a long tailored coat.


A woman wearing an abaya, hijab, and niqab.
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face veil worn by some Muslim women which may or may not leave the eyes uncovered.


A woman wearing a blue burqa common in Afghanistan.
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This type of veil and body covering conceals all of a woman’s body, including the eyes, which are covered with a mesh screen. Common in Afghanistan; sometimes refers to the “niqab” face veil described above.

Shalwar Kameez

A woman wearing a colorful shalwar kameez
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Worn by both men and women primarily in the Indian subcontinent, this is a pair of loose trousers that are worn with a long tunic.


Men wearing thobes in a marketplace
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A long robe worn by Muslim men. The top is usually tailored like a shirt, but it is ankle-length and loose. The thobe is usually white but may be found in other colors, especially in winter. The term may also be used to describe any type of loose dress worn by men or women.

Ghutra and Egal

A man wearing a ghutra and egal
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A square or rectangular headscarf is worn by men, along with a rope band (usually black) to fasten it in place. The ghutra (headscarf) is usually white, or checkered red/white or black/white. In some countries, this is called a shemagh or kuffiyeh.


A man wearing a bisht over his thobe
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