The kaftan is sufficiently free to be worn over underpants and sufficiently adaptable to be worn under overwhelming outerwear. It can be held near the body at the midsection or slackened for coolness; the catches or ties can be kept fastened to various statures in light of temperature. The kaftan was and remains a sort of generally useful, regular piece of clothing for year-round wear in its nations of starting point.
The kaftan’s customary country extends from North Africa to Central Asia, however it is by and large accepted to have begun in the Mesopotamian area, in or around present-day Iraq. Kaftan, along these lines, is likewise considered as a type of ladies’ Islamic Clothing. In its unique social setting, the kaftan is either a unisex outfit or fundamentally a man’s thing. “Kaftan” itself is gotten from the Persian dialect.
Contingent upon the social setting, kaftans may have been plain, custom made articles of clothing or resplendent robes with great examples and embellishments. In certain kaftan-wearing societies, beautiful components and adornments were utilized to show the wearer’s rank or status. Materials extend from plain cotton to silk and past; in Morrocco, for instance, ladies’ kaftans frequently show up with mind boggling trim designs.
Kaftan dresses and articles of clothing can likewise be found outside of these locales. In parts of west Africa a kaftan-like pullover is regular, and some southeast Asian societies use a comparable article of clothing in batik texture. The word itself likewise advanced into the Russian dialect, in which it alludes to an old kind of man’s