The wool cap called a pakol, worn by many Pashtun men, is believed to have been brought to the region by the Macedonian soldiers of Alexander the Great, in about 330 B.C. The statue at left, from the time of Alexander, shows a Macedonian boy wearing what was then called a kausia.
Photo at left from the British Museum.
In the Pashtun culture, the long-shirted pajamas called shalwar kameez, shown here with a vest, are everyday wear for boys, girls and men. Women wear them too, indoors or, often, outdoors beneath a burqa or chador.
Photo by Kai Hendry, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5826341