Boys traditional clothes in Kuwait
Boys in Kuwait tend to wear Dishdasha as part of the Kuwaiti tradition, since decades, Kuwaiti men and boys used to wear dishdasha and learned to be part of their culture.
History of Dishdasha
in another word they call it Thawb, The thawb/dishdasha is commonly worn by men in the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, and other Arab countries in the Arabian Gulf. It is normally made of cotton, but heavier materials such as sheep's wool can also be used, especially in colder climates in Iraq and Syria. The style of the dishdasha varies slightly among the various regions within the Arabian Gulf region. The sleeves and the collar can be stiffened to give a more formal appearance. Other names may be used for this garment. In Iraq, Kuwait, the Levant, and Oman, dishdasha is the most common word for the garment; in the UAE, the word kandura is used. In Morocco, the sleeves tend to be much shorter so that the thawb may seem more like a long T-shirt and is locally called gandora. The neck also tends to be more open than in its Saudi counterpart and, along with the breast pocket, is often embroidered. It might also lack buttons altogether.
Type of Dishdasha
in general, there are two types of dishdasha, sleeping dishdasha and occassional dishdasha, with two major types, summer and winter dishdasha, the difference will be the fabric, as the very hot weather during the summer, men and boys tend to wear a light white fabric of dishasha. during winter, a thicker fabric comes in difference colors for the dishdasha
How it is made
Most of men and boys get their dishdasha tailored exactly at their sizes. in order to get the most suitable size with presentable look, dishdasha has to tailored. and many times giving a friends or relatives a dishasha as gift.