Very elegant two piece dress, traditionally called takshita, worn in Morocco during special occasions. It is beautifully embroidered. You could wear it with or without the belt. Takchita symbolizes Moroccan tradition and innovation and it has been the pride of Moroccan women.
They wear it during celebrations especially for wedding receptions. The history of takchita dates back to the Merinide Dynasty.The takchita (alternate spellings: takshita, tackshita, tackchita) is a Moroccan traditional women‘s garment that, like the Moroccan caftan, is worn for celebrations, particularly weddings. It is composed of two pieces, a dress as a first layer, often of fine but not ornately decorated fabric, and a more elaborate second layer or over-dress that often buttons up the front using the traditional sfifa and akaad closures. The upper layer is often richly adorned with embroidery, beading or sequins.