Traditional Clothes In OMAN

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How are you ??? I would like to talk about traditional clothes in Saltant of Oman and I hope you get benefits from it ..

Women dress.

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Omani women like wearing colorful clothes which vary from one region to another. The main components of an Omani clothe is a dress which wear over a trouser and the headdress. Moreover, we have a lot of styles in costumes in Oman and that depends on the region . Women also like to wear JEWELERY whether they are made of gold or silver  like in this picture ..

 

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Men clothes

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Omani men wear a simple dishdasha which has long sleeves and collarless gown and it can be in different colors like black and white…etc  Its main adornment is a tassel (furakha) sewn into the neckline, which can be impregnated with perfume. Underneath the dishdasha, a plain piece of cloth covering the body is worn from the waist down. Omani men may wear a variety of head dresses. The muzzar is a square of finely woven woollen or cotton fabric, wrapped and folded into a turban. Underneath this, the kummar, an intricately embroidered cap, is sometimes worn. The shal, a long strip of cloth acting as a holder for the khanjar (a silver, hand-crafted knife or dagger) may be made from the same material as the muzzar. Alternatively, the holder may be fashioned in the form of a belt made from leather and silver, which is called a sapta. On formal occasions, the dishdasha may be covered by a black or beige cloak, called a bisht. The embroidery edging the cloak is often in silver or gold thread and it is intricate in detail. Some men carry the assa, a stick, which can have practical uses or is simply used as an accessory during formal events. Omani men, on the whole, wear sandals on their feet. (omanet.om)

And men wear Khanjar mostly in occasion

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4 thoughts on “Traditional Clothes In OMAN

  1. I truly enjoyed reading the detailed information about the beautiful clothing worn by males and females in Oman.
    Love, light, and blessings

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