Sirwal, in some contexts, as Harem pants, are a form of baggy trousers predating the Christian era. They are typically worn in Muslim countries, but also extensively in the Greek countryside and other places in the Balkans that were influenced by Ottoman Turks prior to World War II. The trousers are not originally an Arab garment but were introduced from Persia to other Mideastern regions. The sirwal is also worn by communities in North India.
Mill quality cotton fabric Kurta Pajama to keep you cool and comfortable all time. Mandarin collar with titch button placket closure. Contrast fabric strip from shoulder till pocket for embellishment. Matching straight sleeves and cuffs with titch button closure. Straight Sleeves. Straight kurta with sides slits. Utility pockets on both sides Pant: Full Length Drawstring waist Fabric: Poplin (100% cotton) Colour: Khaki & Brown Care: Mild Machine Wash/ Hand Cold Wash/ Dry clean Please Note: All care has been taken for on screen color resemblance of the garments, however 5% variation may be accepted as different monitor capabilities.
The shemagh, also known as the keffiyeh or Arab scarf, is a simple yet efficient way to protect your face and neck from sun, wind and sand. It also works well as alternative winter headwear, particularly in areas with snow and strong winds. Although most are cotton, warmer, faster-drying cotton-wool blends are also available. Styles of wearing the shemagh vary, but wrapping the scarf around the head and face provides optimal protection from the elements.