Miniature Male Costumes

This is a Miniature Version of a Moroccan outfit called a Djellaba.

It is a Brown and Black striped Warm Winter Djellaba

The Djellaba, a typical robe that you cannot miss from the very first few seconds after arriving in Morocco. According to the many people we have met who have professed to be experts in many areas, there are three basic types of djellaba for men and two basic everyday options for women. For both sexes, the machzania or “government” djellaba is the most common throughout the country. For the men, there are also the northern and the southern djellaba, and for the women there is the kaftanlamic religion of Morocco is also a key factor in the way thatMoroccan people dress. The djellaba covers the whole body and is therefore an acceptable modest outfit.

Original outfit pictures below:

This is a Miniature version of a Male Algerian outfit. It is called a ‘Burnous’.

This traditional Burnous Kabyle for men (It can also be found under the names in Kabyles Avarnus, Avarnus, Abarnous, Avernous, Avernus, etc.) is worn during very cold days and also by men during their wedding party at the time of L ‘neigh.

Original outfit pictures below:

This is a Miniature Version of a Moroccan outfit called a Djellaba.

It is a Grey striped Winter Djellaba

Original outfit picture:

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This is a Miniature Version of a Moroccan outfit called a Gandora.

It is a Light Summer Gandora in White

This traditional Moroccan Gandora, is made with cotton and rayon, This light summer garment is perfect for hot summer days, but looks equally good on any occasion.
Unlike the  Moroccan Djellaba, the Gandora doesn’t have a hood and normally has short sleeves.This Gandora has strong embroidery on the neck and sleeve openings, a pocket on one side and a slit on the other. Like the Djellaba the Gandora is a very traditional Moroccan garment.

Original Outfit pictures:

These are Miniature Versions of a Moroccan outfit called a Djellaba.

It is a Brown Striped Winter Djellaba and a Solid Brown Winter Djellaba.

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