| Boq • Shah |
cloth used to wrap clothes, gifts, or other goods. - continue reading ....
 
| Bal•to |
Jacket. - continue reading ....
 
| Qom•laq |
Slip; a woman's undergarment worn beneath a dress or skirt to help it hang smoothly and to prevent chafing of the skin. - continue reading ....
 
| Bar•coat |
Overcoat. - continue reading ....
 
| We•zaar |
Also called izaar is a lower undergarment usually worn under a deshdasha or sometimes worn by itself, in the past it used to be widely worn by males of all ages, but its use has declined considerab - continue reading ....
 
| Bes•taar |
Army boots. - continue reading ....
 
| Fa•nee•lah |
A kind of soft-woven fabric underwear tshirt, typically made of cotton, Plural: Fanayel. - continue reading ....
 
| Bo•shey•yah |
A veil that is tied on at the forehead and falls to cover the entire face but has no cut-out for the eyes; instead, the fabric is sheer enough to be seen through. - continue reading ....
 
| Bokh•nag |
Headdress worn by little girls. It is embroidered around the head and in the front, Plural: Bakhanaq - continue reading ....
 
Mar•yool
School uniform, Plural: marayeel - continue reading ....