Saudi men’s traditional attire consists of the following:
Thobe: a long dress like attire made traditionally of a white material (Now other colors are accepted)
Shumagh: Head scarf usually a red and white pattern
Iqal: Th round black rope like attire that is on top of the head to hold down the Shumagh.
As you can see the same dress code in 1919 worn by His Excellency King Faisal Bin Abdulaziz (May Allah’s mercy bestow upon Him) and his guards during his famous London visit.
Traditional Men’s war attire was the same but much more lavish as in the photo bellow:
The Hijaz region has a slightly different way of wearing the Saudi Attire as seen in the following photo: