Have you ever heard of a fouta? It’s a type of towel made from cotton or linen that was traditionally used in public baths throughout Mediterranean countries in the 19th century. These towels are also known as Turkish towels or peshtemals and have become quite popular in Europe for their versatility. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as bathing, at the beach, in the kitchen, and more.
It is a plain weave fabric, which is dyeing weaved in two colors, and it’s a striped style, lightweight, made of pure cotton, and it’s very classical.