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Traditional Moroccan jallaba

Traditional Moroccan jallaba, or locally known as "caftan" or "tacchita" in Moroccan dialect, is a symbol of Moroccan tradition and creativity. The popularity of the outfit comes both at home and abroad of its elegance and simplicity.
The Moroccan caftan is considered to be one of the oldest traditional garments. Its appearance dates back to the Marinian era, but according to some scholars it was spread in Andalusia by the musician Zriab at the beginning of the 19th century, when he moved to Andalusia.
The Moroccans are proud of their dominion as one of the symbols of popular culture, which is inherent in its originality, and whatever the number of types of dresses and their quality, Tacchita has its own undeniable characteristic, which is the pride of women of all classes.
The takshita is of particular importance to the traditional tailor who is still creative in his design. Moroccans still prefer to go to the tailor instead of the modern women.
"We always take into account our various designs, Moroccan traditions, creativity in colors, embroidery styles that are characteristic of all Moroccan regions, and simplicity in detail remains dominant in all times." Mohamed, a tailor known for his Moroccan tacit, Traditional clothing in Casablanca.
"I can not get rid of Khayati, who knows the detail of Qafatini," says Fatima Beshri, a housewife. "I knew him when she was preparing all my wedding dresses and found that, despite his modern style, he kept Moroccan privacy in the Moroccan caftan. Expensive as it is for some of the modern seamstresses who have become the Moroccan caftan out of the ordinary to make it multiple pieces cost a lot of clothing and money.
Moroccans, despite their modernity and fashion, have not been able to get rid of kaftans or takchita in weddings and compensate them with the evening dresses worn by female artists. While the few who wear these dresses remain a surprise and not impressed in the weddings that attend.
The traditional sewing of the Moroccan Capitan is characterized by its belonging to famous Moroccan regions. Fancy sewing is characterized by a long tradition that combines the originality of perfection with the glittering "Sicily" strings, which women do not like. There is also a sewing, also called sewing, because it makes the garment loose, as was worn by the women of the palace in the past.

Saida Fatih, an employee, believes that the caftan of Rabat is for all occasions and for all times and does not become extinct. "That is why I am keen on sewing myself in every new dress so I use it for many years, especially since the cost of sewing has become prohibitive."
"The kaftan or the Moroccan takchita is indispensable," said Lubna Chraibi, a seamstress and designer of a caftan at a Casablanca shopping mall. "It is the symbol of our originality, and our women do not find their character in any other dress in weddings or family events except in the caftan."

"Fashion changes in the type of dress, for example, from Hariri to" Lurganza "or" The Net ", as well as in the quality of sewing, where we saw the same summer turnout on the embroidered dress, and sometimes on the dress inlaid with small pearls, , But tailoring remains the same, except for some improvements we add from designers of our innovation, so we put a special touch and distinct us.
"I studied fashion design, and I was very proficient during the study of designing evening dresses and dresses of joy, but that is not what my salary earns me today," said Ghaita al-Wardani, who designs two other kaftans.