The djellaba is worn traditionally both by men and women, but the women's djellaba differs in style as it has brighter colors and decorative embroidery.
An important characteristic of the Moroccan djellaba is the hood, a long and pointy hood called in arabic "cob".
Another traditional garment worn this time only by women is the kaftan. It looks like the djellaba, but it doens't have the hood. The kaftan can be simple for day to day and it can also come in a more elegant and sofisticated style worn by women on weddings or celebrations. It is also the bride's garment on her wedding day.
The kaftan is usually worn with an exterior garment called "Dfina" and a belt called "Hezam"