The Sahara dress is equipped with four pockets. Usually, this dress is made of linen or cotton cloth. At present, this dress has many styles. With ankle boots or sandals of varying lengths, the possibilities of putting on the entire outfit are limitless.
Sahara desert costumes are inspired by the style of men putting on travel jackets. Such clothes became popular at the end of the 19th century. It is made of light-colored light-colored fabric, usually khaki, and is usually equipped with epaulette-type shoulder straps and has four or more expandable pockets. In short, European soldiers who served in the hot climate of the 19th century wore a Sahara desert coat as a uniform, and made almost no changes during the Second World War.
For the popularity of the Sahara Desert, Ernest Hemingway ， plays an important role. The author and adventurer specified a variant of this very comfortable jacket and wore it in public.