I just heard about these…they are a chador design modeled off of the outfits women wore during the Qajar (Ghajar) dynasty.
The reason why this design is called Ghajari is because during the Ghajar dynasty all outdoors chadors were atcually HUGE rectangles-NOT semi-circles, unlike today, so women would wear them with edges tucked in forming a sort of a skirt with the edges draped out…similar to Algerian Haiks.
Hence why they are called “Ghajari” chadors…they mimic this design.
Its actually composed of a front panel with ties that go around the waist, tieing in the back and then the top piece you flip up and wear…it looks almost like a regular Sonnati style chador when worn. There is elastic in the head area. Its very light and comfortable, mashallah.
It can be worn with any style of hejab, but because its open from the waist up, its best to wear a longer length hejab for better chest coverage.