DINKA Men Wearing Traditional Malual (corset) | The DINKAa wear few clothes, particularly in their own village. Adult men wear a corset known as malual. It exposes many parts of the body except where beads cover the neck or wrist. Women commonly wear only goatskin skirts. Unmarried adolescent girls will typically be nude. Garments are used to communicate characteristics such as gender, age, wealth, and ethnic affiliation.