A Jabador is a two-piece, whose upper part is longer than the Salwar Kameez. Usually the top part goes to the mid-knee and half is cut away. The Salwar Kameez also in typical side vents may be missing here, of course not, there is so given the convenience and comfort. In the Moroccan or Algerian variant, there is a hood on top. Of course, belongs to a Jabador a pair of trousers. This is the same design as the top and cut loose and comfortable. The colors of the Jabadors are as varied as the salwar kameez, the design varies regionally. The Jabador has its origin in Turkey and was first worn by men and accepted by the women. It was a traditional baggy pants, very short - sometimes to the knee and a long tunic, wide and open at the sides.
Today is the principle at Jabador the same, in contrast to the baggy pants, it was replaced by a traditional court, where they wear a long tunic. Jabador This is very practical in everyday life, makes it possible to move, sit, squat, all to make without worrying about decency. For men, the colors vary in pastel colors, white, blue, beige and black. Jabador is usually quite simple (just some embroidery on the sleeves and collar) For women, however, the range and the colors much wider, geometric or floral motifs. Some Jabadors the shapes are more pronounced than in others. to take Jabadors is a great fashion. The Jabadors conquer all the rage. Even Yves Saint Laurent, great lover of Marrakech had a place in his collection.