Tienda Ho is a beautiful boutique on State Street in the heart of Santa Barbara that looks like a Moroccan bazaar. It is filled from the floor to the ceiling of the 2nd floor with clothing and treasures from both Morocco and India. And the place is typically humming with quiet conversations amongst customers and staff about piecing together different looks.
Moroccan wear is a bit hippie style clothing.
It's all about layering with Moroccan clothing style is all about the layers with pants, skirts, tank tops, tank dresses, sleeved tops, vests, jackets, coats and scarves.
The pieces from Morocco are either 100% combed Viscose or a 60/40% Cotton-Rayon blend and they are super soft and drape beautifully. Everything is one-size and miraculously it works on all sizes of women from model-thin to voluptuous 2X.
Hand-woven in Morocco, it's one size fits all. These harem pants are the oddly named "CB12" style which has a triple-channel cumberbun-style waistband, in-seam side pockets, and tapered legs.
Waist measure 28-1/2 inches without stretching and 40 inches at maximum stretch. In-seam length to edge of hem is 29-1/2 inches.
Dry-cleaning recommended, but I personally wash mine in cold water with Woolite and lay it out to dry on towels.
Wonderful hand and drape to the fabric.