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the Moroccan caftan

In Morocco, the caftan is very old and deeply rooted in the country's clothing habits. 

It appeared in the 13th century when it was worn by Moroccan royalty. 

His name would be found in the Persian heritage introduced in Morocco and Andalusia by the Muslim conquerors. 

But its evolution and the feminization of this garment made it a different garment from Persian and Ottoman caftans.

It is the ceremonial dress par excellence of Moroccan women during ceremonies (weddings, baptisms, religious festivals). 

Having become very trendy in recent years, it is seen as the successful alliance between the traditional and the modern.

Source: Wikipedia


Variable from one region to another, and from one tribe to another, the originality of the Berber bride's outfit lies in the specific aspect of the hairstyle and the opulence of the jewels which adorn the whole body. whole. 

Source: Culture Cherifienne

henna or henna ceremony

It takes place before the celebration of the marriage. 

Surrounded by her relatives, the bride traditionally dressed in green is at the heart of all attention for the application of henna. 

It is above all a festive moment where we laugh a lot, have fun, dance and eat before the big day.

Source: Ce Reve Bleu

MOROCCAN BERBER OUTFIT - the valley of roses

Vallée des roses is the tourist nickname of the Oued Dadès valley located in the south-east of Morocco, at the foot of the High Atlas between El Kelaa des M'Gouna and Boulmane du Dadès. 

The Valley of the Roses takes its name because many roses are cultivated but which flower only twice a year, from the end of April to June. 

It could also be called "pink valley" because of the color of its land. 

Every year, in May, takes place the Festival of Roses where women dress in traditional costume of the region.

Source: Le Routard & Wikipedia

"Since I left my country, my laughter is nothing more than a smile."

Moroccan proverb ♡