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Fez Hats And Moroccan Djellaba

Made in Morocco Fez Hats and Traditional Djellaba Are

Morocco Djellaba .Mhaba Class
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Morocco Novelty Ship Ready Or Custom Made for you is piece of History that Never Fades.A Culture Statements and a piece of History all in One .Weddings and Morocco Party Dress of Choice .Large Head or Body we have your Twin in Stock , are you Complaining your cant be seen? Red Fez is the Answer ,Lets Us Help you Stand out ,you deserve it .

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made In Morocco Fez Hats and Traditionally, djellaba  goes hand by Hand . Made of Wool in different shapes and colors

Toda Made In Morocco  lightweight Cotton djellabas have now become popular( Like the one am Wearing)Among the Berbers, Imazighen, such as the Imilchil in the Atlas Mountains, the colour of a djellaba traditionally indicates the marital status (single or married) of the bearer: a dark brown djellaba indicating bachelorhood.

Mine Indicate am Single 

Djellabas reached down to the ground but lightweight djellabas are somewhat slimmer and shorter. Men often wear a light-coloured djellaba sometimes along with a traditional Arab red fez hat and soft yellow babouche slippers (balgha in Arabic) for religious celebrations and weddings.

Most djellabas of both styles (male or female) include a baggy hood called a qob (Arabic: قب) that comes to a point at the back. The hood is important for both sexes, as it protects the wearer from the sun, and in earlier times, it was used as a defence against sand being blown into the wearer’s face by strong desert winds. In colder climes, as in the mountains of Morocco, it also serves the same function as a winter hat, preventing heat loss through the head and protecting the face from snow and rain. It is common for the roomy hood to be used as a pocket during times of warm weather; it can fit loaves of bread or bags of groceries.

Traditional djellabas are generally made of two types of material, cotton for summer wear and coarse wool for the winter. The wool is typically obtained from sheep in the surrounding mountains. Buttons for djellabas are made in the town of Bhalil.

Lets us Shall be all Men to Dress up and Feel Like a real Sultan

Ibn Khaldoun ( LmoQumia Wal Lmowarikhira)

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