A ZTraditional pieces of the male and female national costumes in Morocco: abaya, baboush, balgha, burka, burnoose, cheich, deraa, dfina, djellaba, fez, gandora, haik, hijab, kaftan, melhfa, niqab, tagelmoust, tarbouche, tahruyt, tahtia, takshita, taqiyah, and qandrissi.

Moroccan jewelry avaMoroccan women love jewelry. And always have. But Moroccan gold and silver pieces, adorned with precious and semi-precious stones, aren’t just the means to add some chic to the outfit, they are being used as a personal fund of a woman. It all started when banks weren’t as popular and trustworthy as they are now, so people searched for ways to store money and pass the heritage from one generation to the next. High-quality jewelry fits perfectly into this scheme.

Morocco avaThe history of Moroccan folk dress is long and well-preserved. Actually, the cut and main features of the traditional costume in Morocco haven’t changed much throughout centuries, despite the influence of European culture. Even today, local women wear djellabas and kaftans, authentic folk garments adorned with magnificent embroidery, along with intricate headdresses and lots and lots of jewelry pieces. See for yourself how Moroccan traditional clothing was changing during the last 100 years.

Moroccan couple avaMorocco is a country with very rich traditions, a great ethnic diversity, and incredible views. But the clothing traditions of Morocco are even more diverse and colorful. While the traditional male clothing is rather simple and has little embellishments, the female garments are ornate, exquisite, and expensive. The folk dress of Morocco is traditionally made from the natural materials. The most interesting fact about the clothing traditions of Moroccans? A lot of women in this country wear hijab just because of the fashion.