Men and women will wear different types of Islamic clothing but both will have deep, traditional meaning to them. A common garment to be worn by men is the thoub or the thobe. The thoub is very long and when worn, it will stretch down to the knees and fit loosely over the body. Otherwise known as a dishdasha, the thoub can be selected in a variety of colours and designs, making Jubba Islamic clothing a good choice if you want to impress others. As well as a thoub being made
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A male's head must be covered in order to abide by Allah's rules and this will be covered with a kufi or a kufiyyah. This traditional piece of clothing can sometimes be accompanied by a shmaagh. A shmaagh is also known as a gutra and this will prevent sun rays from penetrating the skin on the top of the head and causing burns. With new men's ranges being introduced regularly, it is possible to purchase a kufi in varying styles. The izaar is another type of Islamic clothing worn by men and this garment shields the lower section of the body.
For women, the Islamic clothing is slightly different and will cover a larger portion of the body than men's clothing. Detailed in the Qur'an, women are not to expose their legs or torsos when in a public place. Only the face and hands can be exposed and when prayers take place, a khimar must be worn. A burqua will always be worn by a female and if you want to express your style even more, you should purchase Jubba Islamic clothing.
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If a Muslim woman resides in South Asia or South East Asia, a baju kurung or shalwar kameeze will be worn and in the Arabian Peninsula region, a jilbab will be worn with some type of embroidered dress over the top. North American Muslims are introducing new styles to their religion and this is proving Jubba Islamic clothing to be popular for the new fittings that are now being stocked at low prices.
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