Gutrah headscarf avaVarious scarves and headscarves are very popular contemporary and traditional clothing accessories. They’re more common than you would think. So, we decided to create this post to summarize what we’ve published about such folk accessories. You’re welcome to use this info to write a college essay, coursework, homework assignment, research paper, or any other educational project. Also, we specified whether you have permission to use the photos from each article or not.


Cambodian traditional krama scarf – more than just headwrap or handy cloth to wipe sweat


How to wear gutrah – traditional Middle Eastern men’s headscarf

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Gutrah or shemagh – Saudi traditional male headwear

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How to tie Emarati shemagh or ghutra. Easy tutorial

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Folk dress of Senegal. Unisex boubou and grand moussor headscarves

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Most popular Yemeni traditional garments

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Female headdresses in Tunisia

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Emirati men’s and women’s clothing. True reasons to cover female face and wear mask

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The most popular Central Asian headdresses

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A short history of African headwrap

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Top-10 facts about the hijab. What do Muslims and Christians have in common?

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Traditional headdresses of Muslim women. Do you know the difference between hijab, niqab, and burqa?

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African head tie – traditional heritage piece or accessory forced by white colonizers?

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