Arabian Business and Cultural Guide is a 200+ pages guide for visitors, exporters, and international traders to understand the culture, business culture, and how to do business with Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain and other Arab countries. Author: Mohammad Al-Sabt.
The majority of Arab women dress conservatively.
Some women dress in clothes
that do not cover their faces or hair, while others cover them.
a very conservative woman might wear a long black garment called "Abayah"
that covers her body from the shoulders down to her feet.
Under this cover
she could be wearing a traditional Arabian dress in full body length with
long sleeves and filled with beautiful bead work, or she could be wearing
the latest style from an internationally known designer.
In addition to
the Abayah, a very conservative woman would also wear a face and head
Some women would wear the Abayah without the head and face cover,
while others might wear a scarf-like cover called "Hejab" that covers
the hair but not the face.