Thawb (Arabic: ثَوْب), also written thobe or tobe and also known as kameez (Arabic: قميص), is an ankle-length garment, usually with long sleeves. It is commonly worn in the Arabian Peninsula, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, neighbouring Arab countries, and some countries in East and West Africa. In Pakistan, the garment is popularly known as Kameez. Kameez is also the national dress of Pakistan. Izaar, salwar and lungi are typically worn underneath. In Sudan, it refers to a woman's outer wrapped garment without sleeves in white or colourful modern designs.
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