Gloves Not Always Boxes

One of the most sought after clothing products is approaching Eid gloves. From time to time, gloves are always sought. Here is a history that is known and worn gloves in the present:

Sarong is a wide piece of fabric are sewn on both ends so it is shaped like a pipe / tube. This is the basic meaning of the holster in force in Indonesia or places region. In terms of international fashion, gloves (sarong) means a piece of fabric wide use the waist to cover the lower body (waist down).

Cloth gloves are made from a variety of materials: cotton, polyester, or silk. The use of gloves is very broad, to relax at home until the official use of such worship or marriage ceremonies. In general, the use of cloth gloves at official events related to complement the clothes given area.

According to historical records, the gloves came from Yemen. In the country called futah gloves. Gloves are also known as izaar, wazaar or ma’awis. People in the country of Oman with the name calling glove wizaar. People know him by the name of Saudi Arabia izaar. Use of gloves has been widespread, not only in the Arabian Peninsula, but also reached South Asia, Southeast Asia, Africa, to the Americas and Europe. Gloves first entry into Indonesia in the 14th century, brought by Arab and Gujarat traders. In subsequent developments, sarong in Indonesia synonymous with Islamic culture.

The mixing of cultures along the coast of Indonesia to make more varied style gloves. Islamic Design, Java, China and Indo-European melting. Thus, coastal gloves have colors, motifs, and patterns are more free.

In the Dutch colonial era, gloves synonymous with the struggle against western culture that brought the colonists. Then, the glove became one of the symbols and values ​​of the culture of Indonesia.

Gloves are usually used for religious ceremonies, customs and marriage. In this event, both men and women wear traditional dress best with a colorful sarong and splendor.

A common motif sarong are lines that cross each other. However, gloves for clothing area can also be made of material woven ikat, songket, and filters.

Gloves are generally patterned geometric or stripes which cross each other, either vertically or horizontally. Meanwhile, gloves for clothing areas have more diverse motives, such as batik. Motif batik sarong for example, has a motif of flowers or foliage, with a variety of natural colors. Meanwhile, Tapis sarong patterned nature, flora and fauna using threads woven with gold and silver threads.

Sarong what to have for Eid this year?