Some interesting garbs required (or recommended) by religions
- Sikhs—followers of Sikhism, a religion from India— keep their heads covered. Sikh men wrap their heads in cotton turbans, while Sikh women may wear turbans or headscarves.
- Most Hasidic Jewish men wear payos, curled forelocks, and tzitzit, fringed shawls, both of which were worn by some ancient Israelites. Jewish men of all backgrounds may wear yarmulkes (skullcaps).
- “Plain people” such as the Amish and Mennonites dress in simple clothing that reflects a devotion to traditional ways. Men often wear plain hats and long coats, and women wear simple dresses and aprons.
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