Rabari women dress in skirts, blouses and odhanis. They spin their own woollen thread, but the cloth is woven by Harijan weavers and dyed by Khatris. The skirts of unmarried girls may be made of cotton and are fastened with a draw storing, but married women wear tube skirts which are pleated at the front and tucked in at the waist. A dark colour is required. Tie-dying is sometimes used to create a pattern of red dots on a black background, but plain fabric made from a dark shade of natural wool is also acceptable.