Varieties of Traditional and Muslim Fashion Clothes

Islam is the second largest religion worldwide with around 1.5 billion devotees. And when it comes to clothing, they have varieties of colors, styles, and design that depend on their personal preferences, ethnicity and culture. However Muslim clothes are all about modesty. There are traditional designs and modern but all those are based on their standard requirements for Islamic dresses.

According to Ingrid Mattson, writer of Islamic Dress and Norms of Modesty, -In many Muslim societies across the world, women’s and men’s dress are similar in design and cut, but different in color, decoration and fabrics used.-

Styles and Colors:

Although Islam defines a code of modesty for their traditional wear, it does not specify a definite color, fabric and style. The collections of apparel reflect the wide diversity of their culture. Majority of them prefer earth-tone shades including brown, green, blue, gray, white and black while others prefer bright and pastel tones of dresses. Nevertheless, there is no particular meaning behind those colors. Some shades of their dresses are popular based on their local tradition and practices in certain parts of the globe.

Their clothing has different name throughout the world. This is the reason why a particular type of clothing has varied names in different places. Here are lines of Islamic clothing that are worn by both male and female Muslims.

Where to Shop:

They can be purchased anywhere in the world and are available in many retail stores and even online shops such as Grosirbersama selling Grosir Busana Muslim (Wholesale clothing Muslim).

1.Hijab. It is known as women’s modest dress. It is a piece of rectangular cloth that is folded and placed over their head. Subjected to locations and styles, it is also called as tarhah and shaylah.
2.Abaya. It is a cloak that is worn by women mostly in Arab Gulf countries. It is manufactured from black synthetic fabric that is accentuated with sequins or colored embroidery. Females wear it from the top of the head until the ground or up to the shoulders.
3.Chador. It is cloak that covers the head up to the ground. It is commonly seen worn by Iran ladies without using a face veil.
4.Khimar. It is the face veil of women. It covers the entire upper half of a women’s body until the waistline.
5.Jilbab. It is an over-garment or cloak that is worn by females in public.
6.Niqab. It is a veil that covers the face that may or may not expose the eyes.
7.Burqa. This covering for the face covers the whole face of the wearer including their eyes. They can be mostly seen worn by Afghanistan women.
8.Thobe. It is the long robe worn by men. Tailored like a shirt it has ankle length size and often loose.
9.Bisht. This is the dress that is worn by religious leaders and high level government officials that is put over the thobe.
10.Ghutra and Egal. These are rectangular head scarf that is worn by men along with a black rope band to hold it in place. The ghutra is commonly white in shade or checkered red/white or black/white combination. In some nations, it is called as kuffiyeh or shemagh.

Today, more and more Baju Busana Muslim (Muslim Fashion Clothes) can be bought online. With little alterations from the standard style, these clothing still reflects modesty and preserve design.

Grosir is a popular shopping engine for wholesale shoppers at Tanah Abang, Indonesia where you can find numerous shops in a single platform. The site offers range of categories including Baju Busana Muslim (Muslim fashion clothes), men’s and women’s clothing as well as children’s wear at very reasonable rates.