Trūkīt: (Siwi Amazigh), a black Scarf typically made of viscose voile, now made of polyester. Heavily hand embroidered in colourful silk threads, with equal distances, alternating seams in religious and Siwan motifs, and adorned with mother-of-pearl buttons and long fringes, worn first at wedding ceremonies. Due to its weight, it is placed on knees.