A caftan | kaftan is a perfect addition to any fashionable women. The kaftan is often worn as an overdress, usually having long sleeves and reaching to the ankles. In regions with a warm climate, it is worn as a light-weight, loose-fitting garment. In some cultures, the kaftan has served as a symbol of royalty.
Designs are Inspired by the Maasai a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. Who are famous and easily recognizable thanks to their traditional robe, the Shuka; it is a bright-colored cloth, predominantly red, wrapped around their lean and slender frames. Red is the most important color; symbolizing courage, bravery, and strength.
The Maasai also believe that red scares off predators like lions even at long distances.
Wash Care: Recommended Hand Wash | Dry Cleaning
Material : polyester
Sleeve Style : kimono