An Abaya is a traditional long, loose-fitting outer garment worn by Muslim women as a form of modest dress. It typically covers the whole body except for the hands, feet, and face.
Abayas are often made from lightweight and breathable fabrics such as crepe or chiffon, and can be decorated with intricate embroidery or beading. They come in a variety of colors and styles, from simple and plain to more elaborate designs.
Abayas are worn as a symbol of modesty and religious identity, and are commonly worn in countries with a significant Muslim population. They can be worn for everyday activities or for special occasions such as weddings or religious events.