Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Women, in general, seek for and desire something different and unique for themselves; though most look alike, jilbabs sold at any outlet are designated to different places and labeled as Saudi, Turkish or ones from U.A.E. By assigning them a nationality separate from a local one allows the manufacturers and retailers to charge high prices. Jilbabs are long, loosely fitted garments worn by Muslim women to cover themselves properly; they are accompanied by scarves to wrap the heads. With increasing Muslim women donning the attire, many shops specializing in their sale are opening all over Muslim countries; Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, U.A.E., and Pakistan. Designers of the outfit are heavily advertising their creations that vary slightly from others.
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