Moroccan Kaftan or kaftan is of the most stunning dresses in morocco. It is what females wear in special occasions such as a wedding or baptism. It is as elderly as the country itself. But it’s known some creative transformations over the years which made it the dream dress that every Moroccan girl must have.
History of Moroccan Kaftan Dresses
The Moroccan kaftan is an ancient costume dating back to the Greco Roman period. It’s been through several revisions over time. While the principle of full traditional apparel always remained the same, its style variations have undergone some changes over time.
Originally, only the sultans and their wives had the privilege of obtaining a garment as expensive and fashionable as the kaftan because the designers spent months to design it and the craftsmen took even more time to shape it, with its embroidery and hand-beading, weaving in with gold and silver thread.
Moroccan Kaftan Dresses * has a legacy that has lasted over time and despite all the invasions that occurred. But those invasions brought more creative ideas and helped shape the kaftan.
The kaftan has appeared in North Africa in the 3rd century AD. Arabs then warmly adopted it for pregnant ladies in the palace. The kaftan was remodelled following monarchies that succeeded, sometimes near the body, sewed in weaves light and silky, perfectly matching the shape of the body, sometimes wide, short, worked in thicker weaving.
*Moroccan Kaftan Dresses patterns in London are quite similar with those worn by ladies in Morocco but are also stylish and trendy.
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