Djellaba in chenille, opened from de front and doubled with silk.
Djellaba, adopted both by women and men, is a common outfit : a long garment with large sleeves and a hood. It was mainly a kind of ” cover – all “. In recent years, we have seen djellabas’ major changes. It can be worn for religious holidays as for ceremonies.
The designers are now giving the djellaba a prominent place. The djellaba, as well as the caftan, is cut in velvet, silk or brocade, it is also often richly embroidered with gold thread, silver thread or even silk thread. It is an essential garment in every Moroccan wardrobe.