His colorful costume had given way to European clothes, except for a tarboosh.
In three parties of two, each accompanied by an Arab dressed in European clothes, but wearing a tarboosh, they left the hotel.
There were two figures in English dress, though one wore the tarboosh.
The predominence of the tarboosh in the streets added to the brightness of the scene.
tarboosh, Tarbouche, tr-boosh′, n. a red cap with dark tassel worn by Moslem men.
Harry himself was dressed in a linen suit of European cut, with a tarboosh or red cap on his head, with a turban twisted round it.
The man who came in was naked, save for a tarboosh on his head and a loin-cloth about his middle.
Wound about his tarboosh or fez was a bright green cufia, signifying that the wearer had made the pilgrimage to Holy Mecca.
The enemy soon appeared, rather grubby, in a tarboosh and a scrubby European overcoat.