Our dwarf model here (me) is wearing an abaya bought from Dubai. And in Middle Eastern jilbaab trends, the abaya is an over-flowing maxi dress made from satin with a silver-grey-black geometrical print. It's basically a rectangle of fabric folded into a square with unusual sleeves.
Unlike traditional jilbaabs with their stiffness or pockets and stitching, this kaftan-style abaya has literally 5 seams - the neckline, the side hemming for a very, very loose dress, and two diagonal stitches which form openings for the arms. There aren't any fitted sleeves so for complete coverage, a full sleeved top is needed underneath. Otherwise, every time you raise you hand or make du`a, all of England is exposed, if y'know what I mean.
Paired with silver kitten heels (I think that means small heel, I'm not really "with" fashion terminology) and a black headscarf, the abaya works well for parties and celebrations. I wore mine for an Eid gathering. Then took part in a race and fell.