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Kaftan: the pride of Moroccan women By Youssef Sourgo

Kaftan: the pride of Moroccan women By Youssef Sourgo Casablanca- “Many inspiring women have shown me how such a garment is created somewhere between fantasy and reality,” wrote Sonia Maria in an article of hers published on NJAL, an online fashion platform. The “garment” that Maria refers to is the Moroccan majestic dress, the Kaftan. Her description flawlessly matches the proprieties of this charming Moroccan attire. Between “fantasy” and “reality,” the KaftanKaftan Stands out as a composite amalgamation of subtle and luxurious fabrics, composite designs and shapes, and an artist’s [more]

Safi, city of the sea and pottery

Safi, city of the sea and pottery  Safi's location Stretching out along the Atlantic in a bay fringed by cliffs, Safi is located between El Jadida and Essaouira. Blessed with 120 kilometers of beach with a string of pristine coves, high lying reefs and sought  after surfing spots. According to historians, Safi slips easily onto the list of the most ancient cities in Morocco. Safi's potterry The other draw in the city is its craftsmanship, in particular Safiot pottery, an art from that has given the city [more]

Moroccan Traditional Musical Instruments

Moroccan Traditional Musical Instruments In Marrakech,  in the heart of the souks, the craftsmen furnish many of Morocco's folkloric groups with their instruments. Among them are  the bendir, round drum, the "derbouka" and "taarejas" as well as the famous "djembe, clay or ceramic tam-tams, the Oud, the Moroccan lyre, the "guembri" a kind of guitar , the "def" , a square skin covered drum from Zagoura . The wooden flute knows as the "anay" is the most widely used musical instrument [more]

Moroccan tagines

Moroccan tagines Moroccan tagines  The essence of a warm and authentic However modern a home might be with its electric cookers and kitchen gadgets, no Moroccan home is complete without its pottery tagine. That's because it is a fundamental part of traditional Moroccan cuisine so an absolute must-have for Moroccan  women. A tagine gives dishes a very  special flavor that you don't get when using a stainless steel pot or other type of  pressure cooker. It  has thus become an ambassador for Morocco [more]

Moroccan Woven Carpet

Moroccan Woven Carpet Morocco is home to many different types of carpet. Whether made in a town or in the countryside (therefore Amazigh) a carpet always carries the DNA of its provenance - clues that are sometimes tricky for the untrained eye to spot.  you could say that Morocco had a road of carpets as well as a road of the Kasbahs and a road of honeys! the origin of Amazigh carpets remains unknown. Weaving remains a woman's job [more]

Moroccan Interior Design Tips & Tricks

Interior design is often challenging for most people because it’s difficult to have a vision of a room without the materials in front of you.  While many people find it tempting to keep their rooms white and plain because it’s less work, they’re not able to create a real atmosphere without unique and fresh decor. […]

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What Moroccan Apparel Says About You

International products are always extremely popular. When something is from France or Italy, and immediately people’s eyes widen and their jaws drop. But eventually French perfume or Italian gowns become mundane and the once-unique imported status symbol no longer expresses your worldliness and style. It becomes time for something different and fresh. If you pride […]

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Is it a Moroccan Kaftan Or a Moroccan Takchita?

Similar in appearance, Moroccan kaftans and Moroccan takchitas are completely different for Moroccan women. Nowadays, several non-Moroccan designers tend to confuse both styles, referring to them both as Moroccan kaftans. Although both are appropriate to wear on important celebrations like weddings and birthdays, there are a couple of basic differences that anyone who loves the […]

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Tips for Designing a Moroccan-Inspired Room

When one thinks of Morocco, he or she thinks of elegance, warmth and exoticism.  There is such a unique nature when you’re dealing with Moroccan decor, and if you’re considering creating a Moroccan-inspired room, there are some things you should definitely consider.  Moroccan style has certainly been on trend for the past few years, but […]

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Styling Your Moroccan Coffee Table

Coffee tables often sit in the center of a room, so they become the focal point more times than not.  If you recently have decided to purchase a Moroccan coffee table, there are some considerations you should make to style it properly.  There are so many ideas you can incorporate to style your coffee table, […]

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