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  • Nun Costume
  • Nun Headgear
  • Free Laundry and Pressing Service before and after event
  • Free Rental Packaging Service – Comes with protective bag, hangers, and miiostore rental bag! (Need to be returned)

Requires Additional Refundable Deposit of $30 (To be paid upon collection).

Additional rental day start from $8.00

Self collection and self return is by default at 12pm.

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Rent Nun Costumes Singapore
Made with slightly stretchable materials, miiostore’s costumes are sure to catch attention at every occasion! A favourite for DNDs, corporate events, and parties. Also popular for halloween, wedding gatecrashes, and birthday parties! Rent Nun Costume with miiostore today!


Nun Costumes - NN002 - miiostore Costumes Singapore
Nun Costumes – NN002 – miiostore Costumes Singapore

Free Size: PTP/Waist/Hip ~120cm, Length 136cm, Sleeve Length 59cm


Loose fit. Fits 155-170cm. Does not include cross accessory.

miiostore’s Fitting Index

Fitting: Loose / Standard / Slim / Tight
Stretchability: Non-stretchable / Slightly Stretchable / Stretchable / Very Stretchable
Softness: Slightly hard / Medium / Soft / Extra Soft
Thickness: Slightly Thin / Standard / Thick / Extra Thick

nun is a member of a religious community of women, typically living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience in the enclosure of a monastery.[1].[1]

While in common usage the terms nun and religious sister are often used interchangeably, they represent different forms of religious life; nuns are historically associated with living an ascetic life of prayer and contemplation in a monastery or convent, while religious sisters are devoted to an active vocation of prayer and charitable works in areas such as education and healthcare.

Communities of nuns or religious sisters exist in numerous religious traditions, including Christianity, Jainism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Hinduism. In the Buddhist tradition, female monastics are known as Bhikkhuni, and take additional vows, compared to male monastics (bhikkhus); they are most common in Mahayana Buddhism, but have more recently become more prevalent in other traditions. Within Christianity, they are found in Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, and Lutheran traditions among others. Examples include the monastic Order of Saint Clare founded in 1212 in the Franciscan tradition, or the Missionaries of Charity founded in 1950 by Mother Teresa to care for persons living in grave poverty.


A thawb or thobe (Arabic: ثَوب‎‎ / ALA-LC: thawb), dishdasha (دِشداشَة / dishdāshah), kandura (كَندورَة / kandūrah), khamis (Somali: khamiis / khamīs) in Somalia[1] or jalabiyyah in Libya, is an ankle-length Arab garment, usually with long sleeves, similar to a robe, kaftan or tunic. It is commonly worn in the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq and neighbouring Arab countries. An izaar is typically donned underneath.
The word thawb is the standard Arabic word for ‘a garment’. It is the traditional Arabian clothing for men. It is sometimes spelled thobe or thaub. It is a tunic, generally long. The word is used specifically for this garment in Arab States of the Persian Gulf and some areas in the south of Egypt. There has been some debate regarding the correct length of the thawb.

The thawb is commonly worn by men in the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, and other Arab countries in the Persian Gulf. It is normally made of cotton, but heavier materials such as sheep’s wool can also be used, especially in colder climates in Iraq and Syria. The style of the thawb varies slightly among the various regions within the Persian Gulf. The sleeves and the collar can be stiffened to give a more formal appearance. Other names may be used for this garment. In Souraqia (Syria) and Oman, dishdasha is the most common word for the garment; in the UAE, the word kandura is used. In Morocco, the sleeves tend to be much shorter so that the thawb may seem more like a long T-shirt and is locally called gandora. The neck also tends to be more open than in its Saudi counterpart and, along with the breast pocket, is often embroidered. It might also lack buttons altogether.

The term thawb is also used to refer to similar women’s garments.[2] The traditional Palestinian woman’s long tunic is called thawb. Another example is a very long, oversized woman’s garment with a heavily embroidered front panel and billowing back, also known as a Khaleeji dress, which is most commonly seen in the West[where?] worn for performance of the Saudi women’s social-style dances, in which manipulation of the large thawb is a key component.

This garment is also known as Kanzu in Swahili, and is commonly worn on the Swahili Coast by Swahili men.

Name variations

Region/country Language Main
Arab World Arabic dialects Thawb
Syria, Oman, Kuwait, Iraq Syrian Arabic, Omani Arabic, Kuwaiti Arabic, Iraqi Arabic دِشداشَة (Dishdaashah)
UAE Emirati Arabic كَندورَة (Kandoorah)
Maghreb Maghrebi Arabic, Berber Gandora, Djellaba, Aselham
Swahili Coast Swahili Kanzu
Senegal Senegalese Kaftan
Libya Libyan Arabic Jilaabiyah
Egypt Egyptian Arabic Galabeyya
Bangladesh Bengali Thub
Somalia Somali Khamiis or Jelabiyad
Ethiopia Amharic Jelebeeya
Eritrea Eritrean Jehllubeeya
Indonesia Indonesian Jubah, Gamis
Iran, Pakistan Farsi, Urdu جُبّه (Jubbah)
Afghanistan Dari language, Pashto Perahan
Pakistan Urdu Qamis
India Hindi Kameez, Kurta
Israel Hebrew, Yiddish Bekishe
Turkey Turkish Cübbe



Keywords: RENT Nun Costume Arab Costume Arabic Costume Arab Prince Arab Outfit Thawb Thobe Thaub Arab Tunic Sheik Costume Sheikh Tunic Traditional Arab Clothing



Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 40 × 30 × 1 cm

Nun Costume NN001, Nun Costume NN002

1 review for Rent Nun Costume Singapore NN002

  1. Shawn

    great costume! value for money too.

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