Traditional Clothing in Morocco

July 25, 2018 | Author: Mourad Abbass | Category: Clothing, Fashion & Beauty, Morocco, Berbers, Wedding
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Between Between Tradition radition and Modernity Modernity

Summary 1- Introd Introduct uction ion

2- Wome Women' n'ss Trad Tradit itio iona nall Clot Clothi hing ng

3- Trad Tradit itio iona nall Clot Clothi hing ng for for men men

4- clot clothe hess nort northe hern rn regi region onss

5- clot clothe hess sout southe hern rn regi region onss

6- we wedd ddin ingg Trad Tradit itio iona nall clot clothe hess 8- Conc Conclu lusi sion on

oroccan fashions were hea!il" influenced #" the $reco-%oman heritage and the &e" of the iddle ast( )ut the main feature of traditional oroccan costume is its *ermanence through time since anti+uit" as the ,maigh &ingdoms dominated the editerranean and to the *resent(

1- Women's Traditional Clothing

  ru rural women and Moroccan women in the city could not get out in the streets without haik (at leas leastt the the earl earlyy 195 1950s). 0s). The haik is a great piece of wool or cotton of about 5.00 M M x1.0 hiding the shape of her body! co"e co"eri ring nghe herr face face..

- #fter independence in 195! the haik

is replaced by the %&ellaba. ' t has undergone undergone many many important important changes and transformations o"er the past four decades. ' t kept kept the same same structure but lost the the rigorous cut and sober colors of its origins.

The modern Djellaba: •

The d&ellab d&ellaba a contin continues ues its e"olu e"olutio tion n thro throug ugh h time time.. nde ndeed ed!! nowa nowada days ys!! the the d&ellaba is always designed with the wea"ing of silk or wool! as well as orie orient ntal al dres ress access essori ories lik like sfif fifa or tar.   The The d&ellaba is sewn by craftsmen for bett better er fina finall *uali uality ty!! proof roof of ance ancest stra rall knowledge of the Moroccan population. Most often! the d&ellaba is accompanied by colorful leather slippers! known as +aboush or ,-herbil,.

The Th e Tr Trad adit itio iona nal l Mor oroc occa can n Ca Caft ftan an: :

The caftans caftans from from Morocco Morocco were were from Pers ersia, and they were introduced introduced relatively relatively late in the country, as in the rest of North Africa by Arab conquerors. The caftan is a Moroccan dress heritage components. components. It was carri rried by urban women and rural women, whether ewish or Muslim faiths

The Moder ern n Moroccan Caftan: - The costume of the women of the city began to be affect affected ed by the phenomenon of fashion. This is the case of the caftan, he remained, remained, until today, the basic clothing of Moroccan women. - In Moro Morocc cco o the the ha!em a!em "be "belt# lt# and ceremonial mdamma traditionally put above the caftan caftan to be visible. visible.

the And Andalusian ‘‘Cheda’’: •

The -heda is a #ndalusian %ress! se"eral elements come from Morocco as the ay of whom wears the scarf  The The -hed -heda a who who comes omes is origi rigina nallly from the +erber of /ouss Massa %raa and was ,estyled ,on -hamalia sauce (ortherner Morocco) to be taken in 2ranada and in large cities %3#l #ndalus.

2- Traditional Clothing for men.

The Djellaba, traditional and modern clothing at the same time •

The d&ellab d&ellaba a is a historic historical al outfit outfit that that has marked the history and heritage of the Muslim Muslimwor world. ld. Today! oday! the d&ellaba d&ellaba remains remains a tradition traditional al dress "ery popular with men as well as the caftan for women seduced by the *uality of its cut! his fashion and his fine fabric. and and yell yellow ow leath eather er slip slippe pers rs!! know known n as babo babous ush h orbe or belg lgha ha..

5- It was was onc oncee the the ((( ((( /el /elham ham(( ' The selham is clothing that complements the dress appearance on a d&ellaba for men! it happens to any trim as it is a costume that symb symbol oli ies es itse itself lf the the chic chican and d soph sophis isti tica cati tion on.. ' %uring the colonial period! the Moroccans in the selham found a way to confirm their identity and claim their independence loudly preser"ing their clothing habits and respec respectin ting g their their ancest ancestral ralhi histo story ry..

The Moroccan $abador or Man's (aftan) - The $abador $abador which according according to history was the caftan for men, is the source to which are watered Moroccan women will eventually adopt this habit and the seal of their arts. - The embroideries embroideries were enriched enriched and trappings trappings have declined declined in a thousand thousand and one %inds to hoist, to a supreme supreme degree,the degree,the elegance elegance and beauty of the Moroccan. Moroccan.

3- Clothes of the northern *eo*le. 0#alas

The traditional dress of women in Chefchaouen •

  -hefchaouen is a city in northwest Morocco famous for the blue color of  the house of his Medina. this holding! we see ,mendile, -loth striped red and white of the iconic area area wrap wrappe ped d aroun around d the the waist waist.. t is also found among the characteristic of the area ,chachia, This is a braided hat ,dum, ,dwarf  palm, and lined with small pompoms in bright colors.

The Th e tr trad adit itio iona nal l DJ DJel ella laba ba of Jb Jbal alas as

The The %&el %&ella laba ba 4ua 4uaa ania (garm garmen entt worn both in summer and winter). The wea"ing of wool is acti"ated "ery old! it ga"e rise to a whole textil textile e chain in his step steps. s. The The %&el %&ella laba ba 4ua 4uaa ani nia a whic which h the the city owes its national reputation is a co"eted clothing thanks to the *uality of the skills of artisans 4ua 4uaa ani niss (%er (%erra raa a and and hay hayat ata) a)..

4- ,maigh clothes from /ouss.

Clo loth thes es for Am Amazigh o ome men: n:

The #maigh women wears wide trousers and a shirt! they donned a long tunic tightened at the waist by a belt in the colors of the tribe with # scarf of "i"id colors. +erber &ewels are "aluable for women! usually &ewelry is sil"er chains! reinforced wool son put on women3s head to hide their hair dyed with henna.

The Th e Amaz Amazig igh h cl clot oth hes for Me Men n is cal ca lled dje jell llab aba a sou ouss ssia ia

n princ princip iple le!! the the d&el d&elllaba aba was was at the base of the clothing of the +erber man. generally the d&el d&ella laba ba was was a fami family ly prod produc ucti tion on.. The #maigh women wo"e e"eryday sheep3s wool to clothe the family members! at least 6"ery tent had a d&ellaba reser"ed to the chief of the fami family ly call called ed 77amg 7amgha har88 r88..

5- the cloth clothes es of of the nort northe hern rn regi regions ons.. oroccan /ahara

Traditionall dress of women is called . The elhfa Traditiona elhfa 

'The Melhfa Melhfa is is ample fabric fabric about about  meters! a sort of cloth that is wrapped around the body to e"ent "entua uall lly y co"e co"err the the hair hair also also.. The traditional dress of women /ahraoui is either black or blue. The color that is said to protect the body from the effects of sunlight and pres preser er"e "e heat heat..  #ccording to *uality :et women be young or old! educated or not! the /ahr /ahraw awii wom women wear ear. This his is not not  &ust an outfit to go out! it is also an inner condition.

The traditional clothing of the man is called era e raia ia /a /ahr hrao aoui ui 

  This is a wide gandoura and open on the side. side. the body body is breath breathabl able. e. The golden seams on the front are usually handmade. they ha"e the proper property ty to protec protectt the sunshi sunshine. ne. This gandoura gandoura is always always blue! referri referring ng to the blue men of the /ahara! but when there is a party or wedding! men genera generally lly wear wear white. white.

thee /ah th /ahar araw awii *eo *eo*l *lee co! co!er erss th thei eirr he head ad wit ith h Chech 

The turban! called -hech! is an extremely wide cotton fabric which is woun ound on the the hea head. d. t pro"ides from the sandstorms.

protection sun and

The -hech is usually black but often the elderl elderly y wear wear white white..

6- Wedding traditional clothes.

6- wedding traditional clothes. 

n Moro Moroccco! co! trad traditi ition onal al clot clothin hing g cons constit titut utes es the the basic basic ward ardrob robe of Moroc orocca can n women omen in all all socia ociall clas classses. es. Moroccan married ears ears between 5 ; < dress during the wedd weddin ing g party party = 

e#ssa e#s sa %# %#at atia ia e#s e #saa lf lfas asi" i"a a e#s e #ssa sa ch chel elha ha e#s e #ssa sa Ch Cham amal ali" i"a a e#s e #ssa sa sa sahr hrao aoui ui"a "a

e#ssa %#atia. 

ed "el"et and gold thread. >e did not button his slee"es and are "ery wide. tradition says that the caftan is worn without a belt until the
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