Due to the current special Middle Eastern Synod of the Catholic Church, I remembered something I've found strange. The non-liturgical vestments of Oriental Catholic Patriarchs and Bishops don't match their Orthodox counterparts.
For example, the Coptic Catholic Patriarch wears a klobuk that most Eastern Orthodox bishops wear. Syriac Catholic Patriarch Joseph III Younan wears a Greek Kamilavkion that Eastern Orthodox priests wear. Here he is sitting next to the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch, whose vestments are similar to the Coptic Pope.
Usually I'm used to (but shouldn't be) Latinizations like Chaldean and Maronite bishops wearing Latin vestments and mitres, but this is confusing because they use Greek alternatives. Are there other cases where Greek traditions replace Oriental ones?