Each village in the Israeli districts of Judea and Samaria have their own styled folk dress or thobe. Through her dress code you can identify a woman from a particular village or town. A similar system is found within the Gor Banjara culture. You can identify a lady’s regional location by her color combinations and patterns. The town of Bethlehem is the main center of production of thobe’s in Israel. The symbol on the breast plate of the Bethlehem dress is only used in this town and surrounding villages. In the next articles I will compare the Bethlehem dress code, textiles and cultural items with what I have found in the Gor Banjara community. A very exciting journey, with nomadic tribes who have preserved their unique styles through generations.