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We are used to seeing women wearing Hijabs and top seblehs and Gallibayas but there are other choices!!!!!! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Egypt’s Daily Life – Hidden in Plain Sight
Is this what the lady is wearing under her black Gallebaya? … Continue reading
JEANS AND HEADSCARVES
When I first went to Egypt, four years ago, there were many women wearing the HIGAB (headscarf), but not as many as I saw on my visit a month ago. This time there were more young girls, school girls, and young woman with … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt Tagged Attraction, Egyptian Girls, fashion, Higab, Jeans, Men, Modesty, religion 3 Comments
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – CAIRO SHOPPING OR FIFTH AVENUE?
No, not every Egyptian woman wears an ABAYA. Many women in Cairo dress just like woman in Western Countries—– and boutiques like this one in Zamalek, an upscale part of Cairo are witness to it. More from Egypt soon Brigitte
EGYPT’S FASHION – PHOTO OF THE WEEK
IS THIS MAN BUYING OR SELLING? WHATEVER IT IS – HIS FRIEND DOES NOT THINK THE BLUE “JELLABIYA” SUITS HIM VERY WELL!! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Cairo Tagged fashion, Jellabiya, shopping Leave a comment
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – A MATTER OF SIZE
What do you think – is the hat too small or the column too big? Left behind at the Temple of Luxor More from Egypt soon Brigitte