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Al Daffah / Al Aseel Jubbah (Summer/Winter)

Al Daffah / Al Aseel Jubbah (Summer/Winter)

$65.00


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Product Description

Please specify what size and colours you would like with your order or send us an email.

Summer and Winter Range.

Sizes Available (Limited Stock)
40-50 (Childrens size) – Only available in cream
52L
54L
56L
58M
58L
60L

A High Quality Thobe with quality fabric and stitching, with Mandarin collar, front pocket and side pockets.
BRAND: Al Daffah Thobe Colour- Many Colors Available – Original

Look no further , this is without doubt the best Quality, Style and Comfort that you can get from a Thobe, beautifully designed and stitched by Al Daffah thobe –

A well known quality manufacturer based in the middle east.

Sizes are as follows:

Height = Measuring in inches from the back of the neck to the ankles/ top of shoes (or as preferred).

Width = Shoulders width for Daffah..
Small = L
Medium = XL
Large = XX
X-Large =XXX

Gift for yourself or anyone you care for.

MORE DESCRIPTION: Band COLLARS ONE BREAST POCKET POLYESTER COTTON FABRIC OPEN SLEEVES / NO CUFFS TWO SIDE POCKETS

A thawb or thobe, dishdasha, kandura, khameez, or Suriyah in Libya is an ankle-length garment, usually with long sleeves, similar to a robe.

The word thawb/ thobe is the standard Arabic word for ‘a garment’. It is sometimes spelt thobe or thaub. It is used specifically for this garment in the Gulf States. However, in the United Arab Emirates, the word kandura is more common. In the Levant, dishdasha is the most common word for the garment.

There has been some debate regarding the correct length of the thawb/ thobe. In the orthodox view of muslim dresscode, the length should be somewhat shorter than the ankle.

The style of the thawb/ thobe varies slightly among the various regions within the Gulf. The sleeves and the collar can be stiffened to give a more formal appearance. In Morocco, the sleeves tend to be a lot shorter so that the thawb/thobe may seem more like a long T-shirt and is locally called gandora. Also the neck tends to be more open that in its Saudi counterpart and is often embroidered as is the chest pocket. Also it might lack buttons altogether.

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