Sunday, March 21, 2010

Caftan Wear it as Evening Gown and Maternity Clothing

Caftan Wear it as Evening Gown and Maternity Clothing
The Caftan is typically a man's garment in its countries of origins. It may be worn over pajama style pants in places like Egypt. The first caftans were generally quite simple, but designs, fabrics and prints became more complex over time. Elaborately printed and embroidered caftans might also be given as gifts.

The Caftan may also be worn by women in the US, where it is typically called a muumuu. It is again, usually not belted and may come in a variety of prints. The caftan in the US may be cotton, cotton/polyester, or cotton gauze. It is usually worn as a housedress, an evening gown, or a maternity dress and some embroidered caftans from India can be used as a party and cocktail dress and can be extremely comfortable.

Caftan or Kaftan is a new addition to Indian women’s wardrobe. The dress judgment has been borrowed from Middle East. However, a dress has also left through certain modifications to adjust to fondness of Indian women. There is a some-more elaborate tailoring, giving it sleeves, and bust and waist turn fittings. This creates Indian caftans fit to be ragged as an dusk gown, or as a celebration dress. These caftans are singular as they are domestic by some of a finest weaving artisans of Gujarat. The elaboration and copy skills of Gujarati artisans are reputable worldwide. The fabric is printed by block copy or by tie and dye. The artisans make a dress visually even some-more appealing by colourful patchwork and appliqué work. All of caftans come in string fabric creation the dress intensely breathable. When we wear Indian caftans, we feel we are not only wearing a dress; we are wearing a work of art, a dress that has a soul.

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