Clothing and Style Are the Culture of Every Nation
The Arab peoples are multiplied by the diversity of their culture from the Islamic and Arab perspectives, and as a result of that legacy, the cultures of the Arab peoples are multiplied by the diversity of dialects and the heritage and cultural heritage. In terms of heritage, there is a difference in the way of dressing and traditional clothing, which is what distinguishes Arab civilization throughout history. For example, but not limited to:
Gulf Clothing or Dress
Gulf countries and their environs such as Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Iraq, and Jordan. These countries are characterized by men’s clothing and a uniform uniform to some extent, including wearing the headband, the shemagh, the ghutra, the thobe, and the bisht, i.e. the men’s abaya. As well as men’s accessories such as the rosary and the silver ring.
In the Gulf countries, women’s traditional dress is the women’s abaya, burqa or niqab, the traditional veil or veil, as well as loose traditional clothes or decorated in the colors of the traditional character that are consistent with the taste, body and elegance of Gulf women. There are traditional accessories such as necklaces and silver rings.
Moroccan Clothing or Dress Culture
Morocco is culturally diverse in terms of dialects, languages, cuisine, beauty, and clothing for both men and women. The Moroccan caftan is considered the traditional costume or dress that is still coherent and the demand for it is increasing, as it is woven by hands and with special patterns that increase the glow of Moroccan women, the multi-color, the art of knitting and embroidery. There is also the takchita, which is a kind of caftan as well, and it consists of two outer garments designed with art and care. Most girls and women at weddings, whether in Morocco or the Gulf countries in particular, even the Arab countries, prefer the Moroccan caftan on special occasions and weddings due to its traditional character and because of embroidery and the art of hand knitting.
There is also the Moroccan women’s djellaba, as well as traditional accessories.
Morocco is distinguished by traditional products that are sold on a large scale in the world, such as argan oil. It is also called argan or argan. It is a natural oil used for eating purposes as well as beautifying the skin. It is natural as it gives the skin beautiful, young and supple features. Aker Fassi and local soap are also used, and a lot of body and face care comes from Morocco because of its quality and that it is natural and traditional.
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