MUSLIM DRESSING FOR MEN ISLAMIC CLOTHING FOR MAN THOBE QAMIS SERWAL HALAL DRESS FOR MALE
Islamic clothing for man is defined as any halal male clothing intended to dress male persons who are of the Muslim faith in order to allow them to dress while respecting the rules of Islam.
Muslim dressing for men is an option to wear Muslim male clothing to both be adapted to a modern environment but also to be in the rules of the Muslim religion.
Islamic clothing for men has grown in recent years by offering modern options suitable for both leisure and professional activities as long it remains within a modest dressing complying to the Islamic Sharia.
Muslim male clothing also complies with the rules of Islam and we can distinguish different male clothes in Islam:
Qamis refers to a long tunic or robe worn and can be worn with or without lower garments.
The Serwal which is Muslim pants is a garment for men but also for women is loose in shape worn on the lower part of the body.
The Thobe is a long robe worn by Muslim men with the top being usually cut like a shirt, but it is ankle-length and loose; the thobe is usually white but can be found in other colors, especially in winter, so the term can also be used to describe any type of loose dress worn by men or women.
The Ghutra and Agal is a square or rectangular scarf that is worn by men, with a band of rope (usually black) to secure it in place; and the Ghutra is usually white, or red and white or black and white checkered, also in some countries it is called a Shemagh or Kuffiyeh.
The Shalwar Kameez is worn by men and women mainly in the Indian subcontinent, it is loose pants that is worn with a long tunic.
The Bisht is a dressier men's coat that is sometimes worn over the thobe, often by high-level government or religious leaders.