Many of the older Emirati men prefer wearing the traditional Emirati clothes, such as the kandoora, an ankle-length white shirt woven from wool or cotton while many local women wear an abaya, a black over-garment covering most parts of the body. On an average a UAE male national would have up to 50 kanduras as they keep changing their clothing to ensure the dress being kept clean. This attire is particularly well-suited for the UAE's hot and dry climate.
Western-style clothing is also fairly popular, especially among the Emirati youth. Matching with their traditional dresses are footwear's that has unique style and design, in this modern age we calling it the sandals and there's one name in the heart of The Dubai Mall, Level Shoe District.
TAMASHEE, inspired by the Arabic words for walking and compatibility. Evolves traditional Arabian footwear to a fashionable product that appeals to you. They want you to look cool, to be unique and make sure you stand out! That’s why they created a footwear canvas that revolves around design and quality. They travel around the World to collaborate with the finest designers, pattern drafters and manufacturers of Europe and the Middle East. Through this colorful collaboration, the Tamashee brand came to life.
The Tamashee team has modernized a traditional sandal to make it compatible with today’s world, compatible with all dress types and simultaneously supporting a social cause that encourages compatibility.
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