The Djibouti women are dressed with a dirac - a long, light diaphanous voile dress made of cotton over a half-slip and a bra.
Married Djibouti women tend to sport head-scarves, called a "shash," with a shawl known as garbasaar, covering their heads and around their faces.
They favor long, layered dresses that cover them completely from neck to feet, and scarves or shawls.
Djibouti Traditional clothing. Women wear colorful fabrics of any material and texture.
Women in Djibouti wear the most beautiful fabric I have ever seen. The patterns and colors range from the most sublime to the most outrageous.