|I love bishts. And swords. Serriously, I wish men went around wearing their mussayrs, and bishts, and carrying swords and belted that whole look off with khanjars every day. Swords are awesome!|
So while I found the majority of the Omani wedding dresses to be beyond ugly (at least the ones advertised) and the makeup to be even scarier, and the hair, like Prom gone wild, the men's fashion was a little interesting. And some of the photoshoots (even though the model was Russian) featuring Arabian decor of the noblesse, were so nice that I didn't care about weddings or gowns or models or makeup at all.
On to the men's fashion:
This look, also nice (Dhofari mussayr, nice colour on the assa [stick] finish, matches the watch, and beautiful detailing on the belt for the bullets.
This is kind of a rambling post... Below, some more modern take on the traditional Omani woman's gold so often formally presented as a wedding dowry:
|I love the rings (but I am a silver girl), one for each finger of the hand|