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The Tunisian keswa is made up of 2 parts: the Fouta & Blouza.
The Fouta is the top of the set while the Blouza is a long A-line skirt.
It is the luxury garment that has dressed Tunisian women for centuries.
Some historians claim that this outfit was imported from the countries of the Middle East and Syria in particular during the Arabization conquests of northern Africa.
Source: We Post Mag
The houli also called fouta, melhafa or h'rem in some localities is a traditional dress worn mainly by the women of Djerba in Tunisia.
It is also used in other localities in southern Tunisia such as Médenine, Tataouine and Ben Gardane.
The woman to whom a party is dedicated, especially for her, a few days before her wedding, often wears this costume embellished with gold jewels, which are in a way her dowry and which will constitute her heritage.
Source: La sultane mag & Wikipedia
"Whoever wants success should spare no effort."
Tunisian proverb ♡