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In places where most women seem to be wearing look-alike full-length dark coats, they give careful attention to differences of style, material and buttons, and subtler colour variations.
In Asia I watched TV programs showing how to tie headscarves as trendy fashion statements.
Western women are usually more focused on their phones or tablets.
Dress choices that may look intimidating to us are usually about modesty. For example, in Cairo women want to wear bright, matching colours and patterns of dress and scarf.
In some places this includes fear of others’ envy, or the ‘evil eye’ that can bring bad luck.
I’ve had some great times hanging out with Muslim friends and enjoy being with them.A friend who had worked in the Middle East told me that whenever anything needed doing, or paperwork signed, they would ask the women, and it would happen.Older women, particularly mothers, can be significant power brokers in an extended family. Often they are worried about the risks of exposure to the sexual freedoms of western culture, and may assume it characterizes all the western women they meet.They also talked about how to live godly lives in the pressure of the world, or with spouses, who weren’t religious.are often more ready to chat with me than women in western dress.