Muslim Dress code etiquette and manners and Adab

Dress Etiquette
1. Wear neat, clean and simple dress that does not show pride, vanity, or arrogance. Allah dislikes all arrogant people.

2. Don't buy dresses or shoes more than you need. For Allah doesn't like wasters. Waster's are like the brother of Shaitan.

3. Men don't wear silk, bright red, bright yellow garments, nor they are permitted to wear gold (including gold ring) but women are permitted.

4. Men don't cover their ankles but women do.

5. Women should not wear tight, thin dress that exposes their body features/shapes. They should properly cover themselves in public. (An-Noor).

6. White dress are better for men.

7. Men should not allow their trouser/pants go below the ankle joint. The person who lowers his dress out of arrogance will find Allah on the day ofjudgment turning away from him.

8. Men should not dress like women nor women should dress like men. If they do, Allah will curse them.

9. Don't wear clothes with photographs of animal or people.

10. Prophets used to wear turban and cap.

11. Wear the dress (and shoe) with the right side first saying bismillah and thank Allah for the dress. Wear your best and clean clothes for Salat especially on Juma day.

12. Do not dress yourself in a way that is much below your position.

13. One should show one's taste and manners in the choice of dress and make-up. Keeping buttons open, hairs disheveled, collar stretched are against the etiquette.

14. Simplicity in dress is a sign among the signs of faith.

15. While taking off clothes or shoes, start from your left side.

16. When you see yourself in the mirror, say: Allahumma hassanta khalkee fahassen khoolookee. (Oh Allah, you created me so beautiful, so make my character also beautiful).

17. Don't wear clothes that symbolize other religions.

18. Anyone who tries to keep resemblance with the ways and manners of any other community will be raised with them on the day of judgment; i.e., slhe will meet the same consequences.

19. Don't wear old tom clothes, but you are encouraged to wear clothes that are not too old. It is said that wearing old clothes is part of faith.