Many Arabs wear traditional Muslim dress, which for men is a turban or other headdress and long robes, and for women is a long robe that covers the head and the entire body.
It is difficult for us to see any reason why a Jew may not wear his yarmulke in court or a Sikh his turban .
In 1954, Yawata and 10 other fishermen in Kumi went to the islands on board a ship surrounded by five Japanese patrol boats, landed on the islands, and caught turban and ear shells.
He put the robe over his plaid shirt and jeans, wrapped the turban up, and pulled the fluttering silk scarf over his brown beard.
Wilson contrasts these turbanned and elegant Moors of yesteryear with today's Africans in Venice, who look like all hip global youth, in a wall of telling photographic details.
Shan men and women often wear large turbans wrapped from long lengths of cotton or bright terrycloth towels.
Organ pipe coral is removed for its medicinal value, while the top shell and turban shell go to make buttons.
Brightly coloured saris on graceful Indian women and striking turbans on erect Sikhs are not unfamiliar sights in our metropolitan areas or small college towns.
There were Berber men with daggers and turbaned heads, and women with colourful headscarves.
Local men wore turbans , and shalwar kameez with wool vests or sweaters.