Traditionnal day:Morroco ( how to wear Kaftans) Caftans
A caftan, sometimes spelled kaftan, is an ankle-length, flowing garment that has long sleeves. In its original form, it was made of either silk or cotton and usually worn with a belt or sash around the waist. However, the caftan does not have an open front, and is slipped over the head.
A caftan can be especially useful during very hot weather, especially if it is 100% cotton. Cotton-poly blends tend to retain more body heat. Many people also feel silk is too warm for the hot months.
Today’s kaftans (or caftans) can be slim-fitting, figure-hugging and trendy. Variations on the kaftan are perfect cover-up on the beach, in the house or all the way to the most glamorous red carpet events.