How to Accessorize Your Moroccan Takchita
Morocco is a beautiful country with sheer love for Kaftans. While talking about its roots and traditions, Takchitas is a must mention. Having mistaken mostly as a Kaftan, Takchitas are slightly different from them. Where Kaftans are flowy, baggy, and a single garment, Takchitas are two-piece dresses that are fastened with a belt.
Unlike Kaftans, Takchitas give your body a perfect shape, while the belt flaunts your flawless waist. Takchitas can either be plain and elegant or intricately detailed with stones, beads, and patterns.
It does not matter if your Takchita is for glamorous parties or casual outings; they always look better with a little addition of accessories. Here are tips to accessorize your Moroccan Takchita.
In order to enhance your Takchita look, earrings are a must wear. For Takchitas with glittery silver details, white, crystal drop earrings can be a perfect match. You might also go for large circular silver hoops or the gorgeous jhumkas to add a traditional touch to your overall look.
On the other hand, if you plan to wear a ravishing Takchita with gold embellishments all over it, then a pair of golden danglers could be the perfect companion of your attire. With your hair tied up to form a beautiful bun, you might as well put on big, gold stud earrings to match your party wear.
For Takchitas with plain patterns or floral embroideries, earrings with colorful tassels or thin circular, square or diamond hoops may be worn, to portray a funky, modern look. When it comes to earrings, the options are endless.
It is important to be extremely careful while choosing your footwear with your Takchitas. Footwear that matches your attire may not be the only condition. It is crucial that the shoes you choose are comfortable and easy enough for you to walk in your long Takchitas, which may also sometimes, touch the floor.
Floor touch Takchitas with glimmering gold and silver patterns can be paired with wedges and block heels covering a greater area under them, reducing the chances of you tripping. They make it easier for you to manage your super long Takchita, without you having an extra tension of spraining your ankles.
If you are tall enough, then you might not even bother wearing heels under your long Takchita. Pop up a pair of classy plain sandals and you are good to go. For Takchitas that show your feet, wearing strappy pencil heels or cone heels might be a good option.
Putting on the classic babouche with beads or crystals on top of it, with your pure silk Takchita can magically up your fashion game. Stand out from the crowd by picking the right footwear for your Takchita.
Going for a Takchita that is too long to show your sandals, with a hairstyle that will also cover your ears? No worries since bracelets and bangles are here to your rescue.
Choose from an assortment of hand accessories ranging from solid gold and silver bangles, pearls, or colorful beaded bracelets that go with the ornamentation of your Takchita.