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|Posted on June 6, 2020 at 7:31 PM||comments (57)|
African clothing is the traditional clothing worn by the people of Africa. In all instances except rural areas these traditional garments have been replaced by Western clothing introduced by European colonialists.
African clothing and fashion is a diverse topic that is able to provide a look into different African cultures. Clothing varies from brightly colored textiles, to abstractly embroidered robes, to colorful beaded bracelets and necklaces. Since Africa is such a large and diverse continent, traditional clothing differs throughout each country. For example, many countries in West Africa have a “distinct regional dress styles that are the products of long-standing textile crafts in weaving, dyeing, and printing", but these traditions are still able to coexist with western styles. A large contrast in African fashion is between rural and urban societies. Urban societies typically are exposed more to trade and the changing world, while it takes more time for new western trends to get to rural areas.
DREM fabrics offers wide range of gorgeous African ready made outfits for both men and women which includes and not limited to African Boubou, African prints dresses, Senegalese fashion, Dashikis, lace Dresses, Skirts and blouse, Pant Sets, Coats, Jackets, Iro and Buba, blouse and wrappers and more Visit us at www.dremfabrics.com or call or WhatsApp 16784995043 #africanclothing#africanwear#africanoutfit#africanoutfits#africanclothings#ankaradresses
|Posted on January 13, 2013 at 8:26 AM||comments (40)|
Jewelry home also suplies Various types of super- gorgeous Jewel Kaftans from Swarovsky embellished to 100% raw silk embroidered. We can supplies any type of kaftan, either Arabian's, Indian's, West African's, Morrocan's or other.
A kaftan or caftan is a front-buttoned coat or overdress, usually reaching to the ankles, with long sleeves. It can be made of wool, cashmere, silk, or cotton. It may be worn with a sash.
It is a variant of the robe or tunic, versions of which have been worn by countless cultures around the world, for thousands of years. The kaftan is associated with Islamic or Islamicate cultures. Kaftans were often worn as court robes; the splendor and specific decorations of the kaftan indicated the rank of the wearer. Sovereigns often gave ornate kaftans as a mark of favor.
In Morocco kaftans are only worn by women, see Takshita. These robes differ in many ways from their Turkish counterparts. They can be dressy casual to extremely formal, depending on the materials used.