Jilbab is an outer garment of Muslim women that wear their clothes when you go out in public. Jilbab is a kind of generic term for all different shapes and colors of disguises. The Muslim woman is covered for their own dignity. The use of the term Jilbab Jilbaab is the plural of the word Jilaabah, and refers to all long, loose coats and dresses. Jilbab in North Africa a popular garment, ankle or floor length and wide.
The jilbab is also another name for an abaya. The Jilbab or djellaba (Arabic) is a garment shaped like a long robe, with or without a cap, or like a cloak or shawl traditionally by men and women in North Africa and culturally worn by Muslims and according to the criteria of decency from Islam. In Iran, the garment is called a chador. Jilbab is a comfortable garment. Can also be adapted for various materials, depending on climate and for religious ceremonies or celebrations. Jilbab (jilbab), which carry women are often richly embroidered and decorated. The modern jilbab covers the entire body except the hands, face and head. In Indonesia, the word jilbab for a headscarf rather than a long outer garment is used. In recent years, a short visor is often included to protect the face of the tropical sun.