The dress code in Egypt is not as strict as it is in many Muslim countries. In
smaller towns, most people wear clothing that falls past their knees and elbows,
Feb 6, 2013 ... Female Attire: Although 90% of Egyptians are Muslim, the dress code that
coincides with the religion is not ... Many women do wear either a hijab (a
covering… ... However, most men today wear more Western type clothing.
Egypt had a range of traditional costumes. The farmers (fellahin) basically wear
gallibayas. In the cities the upper classes adopted the clothes of their conquerors
The ancient Egyptians had to have clothing that was not too hot and allowed ... It
seems that the Egyptians do share some of the same things as people of today. ...
While they didn't have any clothes, there are pictures of kids wearing anklets, ...
Many Pharaohs were buried in pyramids that tourists can still see today in Egypt.
Another attraction ... Egyptian people do not eat much meat, milk, or dairy foods.
When meat is ... The streets are decorated and children wear their best clothes.
Egypt's climate was very warm, as it is today, and Egyptian dress provided the ...
In about 1500 B.C.E. Egyptian men began to wear simple tunics on their upper
bodies. ... and the fit more pleasing—like photos in a fashion magazine do today.
Today, most Cairenes live in Western style apartment buildings. .... Divorce is not
very common in Egypt, although it does still happen. ... sleeves are also common
- it is rare to see women wear sleeves that do not reach at least to the elbow.
While their ancient ancestors revered Ra, the sun god, many modern Egyptians
do not share the Western penchant for sun worship, and bare skin is frowned ...
Inside Cairo: What to wear when visiting Egypt - Before you visit Cairo, visit ... as
even in Cairo, local people do not feel comfortable seeing a man in shorts.
Many artists today, for example, want to show what something looks like to a
person ... The Ancient Egyptian was less interested in how something appeared
to a ...