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Allah, the Exalted says: “Children of Adam, We have sent down to you clothing that covers your nakedness, and feathers. But the clothing of iety ! that is "etter.# $:%& 'oran “( )e has given you garments to rotect you from the heat, and garments to rotect you from your own violence(# *&:+* 'oran THE =RO=HET’S CLOTHING WEARING RED |H 789 “The Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, was of medium height. I ( ra!a" saw him wearing a red c#oa$. I ha%e ne%er seen an&one more e#egant.'
u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to ra)a who re#ated this.

RED CLOAK |H 79* “+ahb saw the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, in (ecca at atha in a tent made of red #eather. i#a# brought some water for the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, to ma$e ab#ution. ,ome peop#e recei%ed a few drops of it and some had to be content b& recei%ing the dampness from others, then the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, came out wearing a red c#oa$ - +ahb reca##ed noticing the whiteness of his (the Prophet!s" ca#%es - he made his ab#ution and i#a# made the ca## of pra&er. +ahb watched the mo%ement of his ( i#a#)s" face to the right and #eft when he in%ited. /0ome to pra&er, come to success.! Then a short

spear was p#aced in front of the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him. THE TURBAN OF THE PROPHET |H 797 “2bu . the son of 2bdu##ah who re#ated this. entered (ecca on the da& it was opened wearing a b#ac$ turban. THE PROPHET WORE A BLACK TURBAN |H 795 “The Prophet. praise and peace be upon him. praise and peace be upon him. ma& 2##ah be p#eased with her. A LONG WOOLEN COAT |H 797 5 . THE PROPHET WORE GREEN |H 793 “I (2bi 4amtha" saw the Prophet.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to +ahb. wearing two green garments.' +e are a#so informed. ga%e a sermon and wore a b#ac$ turban the ends of which fe## o%er his shou#ders.' (us#im with a chain up to 6abir who re#ated this.' 2bu 1aud and Tirmidhi with a chain up to 2bi 4amtha 4ita)a Tamimi who re#ated this.a)id 2mr. (as a demarcation #ine" and he went forward and #ed the pra&er. 1ogs and don$e&s passed in front of him (on the other side of the spear" without hindrance. ga%e a sermon and wore a b#ac$ turban. the son of Hurais who re#ated this. LENGTH OF THE PROPHET'S TURBAN |H 798 “The Prophet.ad& 2&esha. went out wearing a c#oa$ made of b#ac$ hair that bore the imprint of the sadd#e of a came#.a)id 2mr reca##ed seeing the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him.' (us#im with a chain up to the (other of e#ie%ers. praise and peace be upon him. wearing a b#ac$ turban the ends of which fe## o%er his shou#ders. praise and peace be upon him.' (us#im THE PROPHET WORE COARSE FABRIC |H 799 “:ne da& the Prophet. who re#ated this. praise and peace be upon him.' (us#im with a chain up to 2bu . . “The Prophet.

' 2bu 1aud and Tirmidhi with a chain up to 2sma) the daughter of @aAid who re#ated this. the son of . wife of the Prophet. as$ed. who re#ated this. praise and peace be upon him. 7 . THE PROPHET PREFERRED A SHIRT |H 798 “:f a## the garments the Prophet. wife of the Prophet.ea%e them. but he said. (ughirah reached out his hand to remo%e his soc$s. DRESS ETI>?ETTE WHITE CLOTHES |H 787 “+ear white c#othes because the& are best and use them as shrouds for &our dead. /. who re#ated this. praise and peace be upon him. was made from three pieces of white @emeni cotton and did not inc#ude a shirt or a turban. ma& 2##ah be p#eased with her. preferred. THE PROPHET WORE LONG SLEEVES |H 799 “The shirt s#ee%es of the Ho#& Prophet. I put them on after I had washed m& feet! and he wiped his hands o%er (on top of" them.a#amah.ad& 2&esha. “He was wearing a tight>s#ee%ed . he preferred a shirt most. ma& 2##ah be p#eased with her. one night during a <ourne& and the Prophet. and the occurrence too$ p#ace during the campaign of Tabu$. praise and peace be upon him. praise and peace be upon him. (other of e#ie%ers.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to . He was wearing a #ong woo#en coat and cou#d not ro## up his s#ee%es to unco%er his arms so he pu##ed his arms through the s#ee%es into the inside of the coat and washed his arms.hu)bah who re#ated this. said this.&rian #ong coat. Then he dismounted and wa#$ed awa& into the dar$ness.ad& ?mm .(ughirah was with the Prophet. THE SHROUD OF THE PROPHET |H 79B The shroud of the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him.' 2bu 1aud and Tirmidhi with a chain up to . Then he passed his hands o%er his head. /Ha%e &ou an& water with &ou=! (ughirah rep#ied that he had. reached down to his wrists. (other of e#ie%ers.' Tirmidhi with a chain up to ibn 2bbas who re#ated that the Prophet.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to (ughirah. praise and peace be upon him. +hen he returned he poured the water from a %esse# and washed his face.' +e are a#so informed.

praise and peace be upon him. CLOTHES WORN FOR THE SAKE OF PRIDE |H 8** “+hosoe%er #engthens his #oin c#oth for the sa$e of pride wi## find that on the 1a& of 6udgement 2##ah wi## not #oo$ at him. nor wi## He #oo$ at them or purif& them. said this. rep#ied.' u$hari with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated that the Prophet.amurah who re#ated that the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him. praise and peace be upon him.!D u$hari with a chain up to ibn :mar who re#ated that the Prophet. “:ne who #engthens his #oin c#oth. praise and peace be upon him. said this. /The& are #ost and ruinedF +ho are the&. m& #oin c#oth is apt to s#ip down un#ess I attend to it.!' +e are informed. said this.USE WHITE CLOTH FOR SHROUDING |H 788 “+ear white for that is purest and most e#egant. said this.. LENGTH OF A LOIN CLOTH |H 8*3 “:n the 1a& of 6udgement 2##ah wi## not #oo$ upon one who has #engthened his #oin>c#oth for the sa$e of pride. CLOTHES OF THE FIRE |H 8*5 “The portion of a #oin c#oth worn be#ow the an$#es is condemned to the Eire. praise and peace be upon him.! The Prophet. praise and peace be upon him=! He rep#ied. one who boast of fa%ors done to another and one who promotes the sa#e of his merchandiAe with a fa#se oath. said this. /@ou are not of those #ower it through pride.' Cisai and Ha$im . praise and peace be upon him. /: (essenger of 2##ah. : (essenger of 2##ah. praise and peace be upon him. 8 . THREE WHO ALLAH WILL NOT SPEAK TO ON THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT |H 8*7 “There are three to whom 2##ah wi## not spea$ on the 1a& of 6udgement. /:ne who #engthens his garments on account of pride.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated the (essenger of 2##ah. 2bu 1harr said. and shroud &our dead in it. He repeated this three times.' (us#im with a chain up to 2bu 1harr who re#ated that the Prophet. ?pon hearing this 2bu a$r said.

shirt or turban for the sa$e of pride. MID-CALF LOIN CLOTH |H 8*9 “Ibn :mar was wa#$ing near the Prophet. came#. instead sa&. LENGTH OF A LOIN CLOTH |H 8*B “6abir saw a man whose opinions were obe&ed b& e%er&oneG no one did other than that which he said. /1o not abuse an& one.! 6abir said.' 2bu 1aud with a chain up to 2bu .DO NOT WEAR CLOTHES FOR THE SAKE OF PRIDE |H 8*8 “:n the 1a& of 6udgement 2##ah wi## not #oo$ upon one who #engthens his #oin c#oth. /Instruct me. when &ou are aff#icted with famine and ca## on Him wi## cause food to grow for &ouG and who. /I am the (essenger of 2##ah. continued. praise and peace be upon B . praise and peace be upon him.!D 2bu 1aud and Tirmidhi with a chain up to 6abir. This is the greeting of the dead. nor a goat. and 2##ah dis#i$es pride. /1o not sa&. peace be on &ou. when &ou are aff#icted and ca## on Him wi## remo%e &our aff#ictionsG who. praise and peace be upon him. if &ou #ose &our mount in a barren and desert #and and ca## on Him wi## restore it to &ou. said this.! 2fter that 6abir ha%e ne%er abused an&one. praise and peace be upon him. That is part of goodness. +ear &our #oin c#oth to mid>ca#f or at #east abo%e the an$#es because #engthening it is because of pride and se#f>esteem. 2##ah wi## not #oo$ at one who #engthens his #oin c#oth through pride.! He rep#ied. /2re &ou the (essenger of 2##ah=! He answered.) 6abir as$ed.u#aim who re#ated the Prophet. /He is the (essenger of 2##ah. and continued. but there is no harm if it is abo%e the an$#es. CORRECT LENGTH OF A LOIN CLOTH |H 8*8 “The #oin c#oth of a (us#im shou#d be to the mid>ca#f.! He rep#ied. /:n &ou be peace : (essenger of 2##ah. the son of . said this. That which hangs be#ow the an$#es is in the Eire. /+ho. neither a freeman.' 2bu 1aud and Cisai with a chain up to ibn :mar who re#ated that the Prophet. s#a%e. /1o not #oo$ down upon doing the #east amount of goodG and ta#$ to &our brother with a cheerfu# %oice. /+ho is he=! 2nd was to#d. said this. :n &ou be peace. praise and peace be upon him. If someone swears and teases &ou with something he $nows about &ou > do not tease him with what &ou $now about him because the resu#t of gui#t wi## be upon him.a)id Hhudri who re#ated that the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him. praise and peace be upon him.! Twice 6abir said. The Prophet. 6abir as$ed.

! . dispatched a reconnaissance part&.! . praise and peace be upon him. LENGTH OF A MAN’S HAIR |H 8*7 “There was a man in 1amascus who was a 0ompanion of the Prophet. there is no harm in him being recompensed (in the J%er#asting . /I wish &ou had seen us when we engaged the enem&. named ibn a#>HanAa#i&&ah. /How high=! He rep#ied. /I#or& be to 2##ah. indeed!. /1id &ou hear the Prophet. ti## I said to 9 . /Io and rema$e &our ab#ution. /To the mid>ca#f.! 2bu 1arda) seemed p#eased with this and.omeone pra&ed wearing a #engthened #oin c#oth. The Prophet.omeone from his tribe as$ed. praise and peace be upon him. shorten &our #oin c#oth. praise and peace be upon him. sa& this=! 2nd ibn a# HanAa#i&&ah $ept answering.! He rep#ied.him. praise and peace be upon him. the Prophet. /I see no harm in thatF! 2nd the& began to argue unti# the Prophet. :ne of them (the unbe#ie%ers" too$ his spear and struc$ one of us and he returned his attac$ sa&ing.! The man said. He #i$ed so#itude and did not spend much time in the compan& of peop#e. /Ta$e this from me and $now that I am on#& a Ihifari s#a%e.! 2 0ompanion who was present said to the Prophet. /: (essenger of 2##ah. /He sa&s his pra&er wearing a #engthened #oin c#oth. /@es.o I tuc$ed it up a #itt#e more and thereafter I a#wa&s wore it higher. praise and peace be upon him" said to me. He said. and when he finished pra&ing he occupied himse#f with the remembrance (Ahi$r" of 2##ah with g#orif&ing (tasbih" and magnif&ing (ta$bir" 2##ah. . praise and peace be upon him.!D 2bu 1aud with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated that the Prophet.! He rep#ied.o I tuc$ed it up. He (the Prophet. to#d him again.!' (us#im with a chain up to ibn :mar who re#ated that the Prophet. /2bdu##ah. praise and peace be upon him. /Io and rema$e &our ab#ution. and said to his neighbor during the course of con%ersation. praise and peace be upon him. /I thin$ he #ost his merit because of his boasting. 2##ah does not accept the pra&er of a man who #engthens his #oin c#oth. praise and peace be upon him. praise and peace be upon him. and his #oin c#oth was #ong. heard them and said. /Te## us something which wou#d be usefu# to us and b& its te##ing &ou wi## not be harmed. ti## he went home. WHEN ALLAH DOES NOT ACCEPT A PRAYER |H 8*9 “. /2 #itt#e more. said this. said this.! The man did this and returned. raising his head began to repeat. &ou as$ed him to rema$e his ab#ution and then remained si#ent. (ost of his time was spent in pra&er.ife" and praising him (in this wor#d". 2fter the& returned one of them went to a group in which he found the Prophet. to#d him. /The Prophet. praise and peace be upon him. Cow what do &ou thin$ of that=! His neighbor rep#ied. :ne da& as we were sitting with 2bu 1arda) he passed b& and 2bu 1arda) as$ed him. praise and peace be upon him.

son of 2mr" wearing two saffron>co#ored garments and inLuired. who $ept compan& with 2bu 1arda) who to#d him that the Prophet. /.! He rep#ied. the son of 2# )2s who re#ated that the (essenger of 2##ah.2bu 1arda) /+h& do &ou $eep as$ing him=! Ibn a#>HanAa#i&&ah passed b& them another da& and 2bu 1arda) as$ed him.ha## I wash them=! He rep#ied. praise and peace be upon him.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to 2nas who re#ated this. Hhuraim ?saidi wou#d be an eKce##ent person if it were not for his #ong hair and his #ong #oin c#oth. praise and peace be upon him.! He passed b& them another da& and 2bu 1arda) as$ed him. SAFFRON COLORED CLOTHING IS FOR UNBELIEVERS |H 38B* “The Prophet. Ibn a#>HanAa#i&&ah passed b& them on another occasion and 2bu 1arda) as$ed him. /Te## us something that wou#d be usefu# to us and b& its te##ing &ou wi## not be harmed. These are the garments of the unbe#ie%ers therefore do not wear them. @OMEN’S CLOTHING WOMEN'S CLOTHES |H 83* 7 . /The Prophet.!D 2bu 1aud with a chain up to Hais. said this. sa& when returning from an eKpedition. / urn them.! He rep#ied. SAFFRON COLORED CLOTHING IS FORBIDDEN |H 3889 “The Prophet. /The Prophet. /I heard the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him. the son of ishr Tagh#ibi who re#ated that his father. once said. the son of 2mr.) The news reached the ears of Hhurain and in haste he cut his hair to his ears with a $nife and shortened his #oin c#oth to mid>ca#f. /@ou are returning to &our brothers so ma$e &our sadd#es and c#othes tid& so that &our appearance is decent. praise and peace be upon him. /Te## us something that might be usefu# for us and b& its te##ing &ou wi## not be harmed. forbade a person to wear saffron co#ored c#othing. saw me (2bdu##ah. to#d us that he who spends on the up$eep of a horse is #i$e one who eKtends his hand in charit& and does not restrain it. /Te## us something that wou#d be usefu# to us and b& its te##ing &ou wi## not be harmed. praise and peace be upon him.!D (us#im with a chain up to 2bdu##ah. said this. praise and peace be upon him. 2##ah does not #i$e untidiness.! He rep#ied. praise and peace be upon him. /1id &our mother ordered &ou to wear these=! I as$ed.

praise and peace be upon him. praise and peace be upon him. praise and peace be upon him. (other of e#ie%ers.!' 2bu 1aud and Tirmidhi with a chain up to ibn :mar who re#ated that the Prophet.' 2bu 1aud with a chain up to 6abir who re#ated that the (essenger of 2##ah. said this. praise and peace be upon him. /Their feet wou#d be unco%ered.D (us#im with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated that the (essenger of 2##ah. praise and peace be upon him.! He said. said this. said this. forbade a person to tie up his shoe whi#e standing.he said.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated that the (essenger of 2##ah.' Tirmidhi with a chain up to 2bu (usa 2sh)ari who re#ated that the Prophet. DO NOT WEAR ONE SHOE |H 399B “@ou shou#d not wa#$ about wearing on#& one shoeG &ou shou#d either wear both or none at a##. 8 .et them #ower their b#ouses b& an arm)s #ength but no more. praise and peace be upon him. WEAR TWO SHOES |H 3999 “+hen the strap of one of &our shoes brea$s do not wa#$ about in the other unti# &ou ha%e repaired the bro$en one. /. praise and peace be upon him. . said this. /The& ma& #ower them b& the span of the hand. and when &ou ta$e them off &ou shou#d start with the #eftG in order that the right shoe shou#d be the first to be put on and the #ast to be ta$en off.a#amah. ma& 2##ah be p#eased with her.ad& ?mm .! . DO NOT TIE YOUR SHOES WHILE STANDING |H 3997 “The (essenger of 2##ah.“:n the 1a& of 6udgement 2##ah wi## not #oo$ at he who trai#ed his #oin c#oth through pride. SILK AND GOLD ARE LAWFUL FOR WOMEN |H 837 “+earing si#$ or go#d has been made un#awfu# for the ma#es among m& fo##owers but the& are #awfu# to fema#es. said this. wife of the Prophet. SHOES SHOES |H 773 “+hen &ou put on &our shoes &ou shou#d start with the right foot.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated that the Prophet. as$ed. said this. /+hat shou#d the women do with their s$irts=! He said.

the son of Hhattab re#ated that the Prophet. to wear si#$ and brocade with go#d or si#%er threads or to sit upon them.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to 2nas who re#ated this. said this. praise and peace be upon him.i#$ is worn b& he who has no share in the J%er#asting . who. the son of .' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to :mar.' u$hari with a chain up to HuAaifah who re#ated that the Prophet. said this. HE WHO HAS NO SHARE IN THE EVERLASTING LIFE |H 838 “. the son of Hhattab re#ated that he 9 . PROHIBITION FOR MEN TO WEAR SILK |H 837 “1o not wear si#$. forbade us to eat or drin$ from go#d or si#%er cups.ife. said this. the son of 2nas re#ated that the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him.EA=ENSIBE CLOTHING AND MODEST CLOTHING THE REWARD OF CLOTHING WORN ON ACCOUNT OF HUMILITY |H 833 “The person. praise and peace be upon him. SIL. GOLD AND SILVER VESSELS.ife. THE BOUNTY OF ALLAH |H 835 “2##ah #i$es to see the mar$ of His bount& on His worshiper. because he who wears it in this #ife wi## not wear it in the J%er#asting .' Tirmidhi with a chain up to 2mr.huaib who re#ated on the authorit& of his father and grandfather that the Prophet. praise and peace be upon him. CLOTHING SILK IS PERMISSIBLE FOR A MAN WITH SCABIES |H 839 “The Prophet.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to :mar. praise and peace be upon him. despite of ha%ing the means to wear eKpensi%e c#othes abstains from wearing them through humi#it& wi## be ca##ed before 2##ah on the 1a& of 6udgement in preference to a## others and be gi%en the choice of whiche%er c#oa$ of faith he prefers. permitted Mubair and 2bdur 4ahman.' Tirmidhi > (u)aA. SILK AND BROCADE |H 838 “The Prophet. son of 2uf to wear si#$ because the& suffered from scabies. said this. praise and peace be upon him.

praise and peace be upon him. who re#ated that he heard the Prophet.ITION TO O==OSITE SEA . =ROHI. cursed effeminate men and mascu#ine women.EHABE OR DRESS AS THE IMITATING WOMEN OR MEN |H 3979 “The Prophet of 2##ah. said this. ma& 2##ah be p#eased with him. @ours is the praise that @ou ha%e gi%en it to me to wear.ife. ma& 2##ah be p#eased with him. praise and peace be upon him. /The wearing of these two is un#awfu# for e%er& ma#e among m& fo##owers. ta$e a piece of si#$ in his right hand and a piece of go#d in his #eft and heard him sa&. MEN SHOULD WEAR NEITHER SILK NOR GOLD |H 839 “2#i. SILK WORN BY MEN |H 83B “He who wears si#$ in this #ife sha## not wear it in the J%er#asting . The Prophet of 2##ah. shirt or c#oa$ and wou#d supp#icate. praise and peace be upon him. wore something new he ca##ed it b& its name.!D 2bu 1aud and Tirmidhi with a chain up to 2bu .a)id Hhudri who re#ated the Prophet. S?==LICATION TO CLOTHES . praise and peace be upon him.heard the Prophet. saw the Prophet.!D 2bu 1aud with a chain up to 2#i. praise and peace be upon him.' 3* . praise and peace be upon him.' u$hari and (us#im with a chain up to 2nas who re#ated that the Prophet.E MADE ON @EARING NE@ SUPPLICATION ON WEARING NEW CLOTHES |H 855 “+hen the Prophet. I beg of @ou its good and the good of the purpose for which it has been made. cursed men who imitate women and women who imitate men. cursed men who dress #i$e women and cursed women who dress #i$e men. for eKamp#e. /: 2##ah. praise and peace be upon him. and see$ @our protection against its e%i# and the e%i# of the purpose for which it has been made.' u$hari with a chain up to ibn 2bbas who re#ated this. said this. praise and peace be upon him. sa& this. praise and peace be upon him. GAYS AND LESBIANS ARE CURSED |H 3977 “The Prophet of 2##ah. sa& this. turban.

2bu 1aud with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated this. “He forbade the hides of wi#d anima#s to be used as f#oor co%erings. said this. +omen who wi## be c#othed but appear na$ed. TWO OF THE TYPES OF PEOPLE WHO WILL NOT ENTER PARADISE |H 3978 “There are two t&pes of the dwe##ers of the Eire whom I ha%e not seen. ma$ing others turn and wa#$ pro%ocati%e#&. praise and peace be upon him. INDEA CLOTHING & ANIMAL HIDES Extracted from Imam Nawawi’s Reference T!e Gardens of Ri"!teo#sness$ . praise and peace be upon him.ITION O9 SITTING HIDES O9 @ILD ANIMALS OR RIDING ON THE SADDLES OF SILK OR LEOPARD SKIN |H 85* “1o not ride on sadd#es made of si#$ or #eopard s$in. < 33 .!D (us#im with a chain up to 2bu Hurairah who re#ated that the (essenger of 2##ah.' 2bu 1aud and Tirmidhi with a chain up to 2bu (a#ih who re#ated this on the authorit& of his father. Their hair st&#e wi## be #i$e the humps of the she>came#.OO. (en who ho#d whips #i$e the tai#s of cows which the& use to punish peop#e. said this. HIDES OF WILD ANIMALS |H 853 “The Prophet. prohibited the use of the hides of wi#d anima#s. =ROHI.' 2bu 1aud with a chain up to (u)awiah who re#ated that the Prophet.' +e are a#so informed. The& wi## not enter Paradise nor percei%e its fragrance though its fragrance is perceptib#e from such and such a distance. praise and peace be upon him.

THE =RO=HET’S CLOTHING KORAN WEARING RED RED CLOAK THE PROPHET WORE GREEN THE PROPHET WORE A BLACK TURBAN THE TURBAN OF THE PROPHET LENGTH OF THE PROPHET'S TURBAN THE PROPHET WORE COARSE FABRIC A LONG WOOLEN COAT THE PROPHET PREFERRED A SHIRT THE PROPHET WORE LONG SLEEVES THE SHROUD OF THE PROPHET DRESS ETI>?ETTE WHITE CLOTHES USE WHITE CLOTH FOR SHROUDING CLOTHES WORN FOR THE SAKE OF PRIDE LENGTH OF A LOIN CLOTH CLOTHES OF THE FIRE THREE WHO ALLAH WILL NOT SPEAK TO ON THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT DO NOT WEAR CLOTHES FOR THE SAKE OF PRIDE DO NOT ABUSE ANYONE LENGTH OF A LOIN CLOTH CORRECT LENGTH OF A LOIN CLOTH MID-CALF LOIN CLOTH WHEN ALLAH DOES NOT ACCEPT A PRAYER LENGTH OF A MAN’S HAIR SAFFRON COLORED CLOTHING IS FORBIDDEN SAFFRON COLORED CLOTHING IS FOR UNBELIEVERS @OMEN’S CLOTHING WOMEN'S CLOTHES SILK AND GOLD ARE LAWFUL FOR WOMEN SHOES SHOES DO NOT WEAR ONE SHOE WEAR TWO SHOES DO NOT TIE YOUR SHOES WHILE STANDING EA=ENSIBE CLOTHING AND MODEST CLOTHING THE REWARD OF CLOTHING WORN ON ACCOUNT OF HUMILITY THE BOUNTY OF ALLAH GOLD AND SILVER VESSELS. SILK AND BROCADE 35 .

E MADE ON @EARING NE@ CLOTHES SUPPLICATION ON WEARING NEW CLOTHES =ROHI. CLOTHING SILK IS PERMISSIBLE FOR A MAN WITH SCABIES PROHIBITION FOR MEN TO WEAR SILK HE WHO HAS NO SHARE IN THE EVERLASTING LIFE SILK WORN BY MEN MEN SHOULD WEAR NEITHER SILK NOR GOLD S?==LICATION TO .SIL.ITION O9 SITTING OR RIDING O9 @ILD ANIMALS SADDLES OF SILK OR LEOPARD SKIN HIDES OF WILD ANIMALS ON HIDES 37 .EHABE OR DRESS AS THE O==OSITE SEA IMITATING WOMEN OR MEN GAYS AND LESBIANS ARE CURSED TWO OF THE TYPES OF PEOPLE WHO WILL NOT ENTER PARADISE =ROHI.ITION TO .