This mdamma was meant to be worn in Tlemcen, Algeria this Summer.. Oh well, I’ll find a way (or rather: excuse) to wear it anyway. Perhaps for Eid?
The charm bracelet is made by yours truely!
Chedda Tlemceniya, traditional Algerian attire from Tlemcen. It’s soooo heavy to wear! But gorgeous!
A kaftan from Corde Couture apparently.. I love kaftan details!
How to use a handira aka Moroccan wedding blanket.
This amazing Kaftan is made by Rafinity Haute Couture
Another haute caftan. Seriously obsessed with the “East meets West” kind of dresses.
Traditional yet simple. The way I like it!
Once we’ll have a house in Algeria insha’Allah, I definitely want this on our terrace!
I kind of love this. The fuchsia pink background also helps tbh.
I currently see this Kaftan design everywhere! It’s gorgeous masha’Allah! I love those haute couture inspired kaftans, they’re the perfect balance between European and traditional!
A Tunisian bride during her Henna Ceremony!
I’m só wanting to do embroidery, so here’s some inspiration for myself this time.
I love everything about this kaftan: traditional, simple, timeless and classy!
Karakou, an Algerian dress from the capital!
Moroccan henna on this bride’s big day!
I love everything about this! I’d love my future home to be full of Moorish influences! Insha’Allah ya rabb.
Last Eid outfit from @fatima_zah. A Moroccan Farasha!
My favourite kaftan from Posh Designs!
My favourite time of the day is around 4PM: Tea Time!
I love everything about this, but especially that Mdamma!
Ugh, a dream kaftan! Also love love love the modern take on the Mdamma!
The Mdamma is the Moroccan belt used for Kaftans and Takshitas.
I love this combination of that takchita and that jewellery masha’Allah!
The perfect kaftan for a day-time wedding!
I love these kind of faceless couple pics!
Khloé Kardashian’s home interior is the perfect inspiration for those who look for a Moorish touch to their own home!
Soooo.. if everyone knows about this takchita.. Kidnap it and contact me.