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 A lightweight cotton shawl with moroccan patterns, is a simple way to add detail to everyday looks, Drape it around the neck with a simple outfits, keep it close to hand as the weather cools :)

(available in colours @ Chez Ilda)



.




To transform your look with the finest of finishing touches, think simple!
here is the same dress in my previous post, styled  with a simple handmade headband & a colourful, charismatic clutch, it’s crafted  with a reused scarf  & as usual a half  new fabric in a Moroccan-inspired pattern.

 It's ample enough to hold a small tablet and other essentials by day.
available now @ Chez ilda .

Design et styling : Ghitta Laskrouif
Photograoher :Zineb Zaki 
Model :Amel Zaki








Here again a collab with the talented Imane Djamil 
fashion & nature lover!  


Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Maria Bentounsi / Rajae Aidem
Location: kenitra& Marrakech
 
Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Maria Bentounsi



 Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :

 Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Maria Bentounsi



 Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Rajae Aidem

Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :


one of a kind, available now @ "chez ilda" store casablanca
 adress:
 chez ilda facebook page

 available @ the online shop http://www.kahenas.com/eshop/friends/ghitta-laskrouif.html

those 2 necklaces are  inspired from the "kiswa" or "blouza", a traditional dress from the North-East of Morocco. The necklace is lined with beads and uses, as a base, recycled jersey and lycra fabric, combined with crochet clasp.

beads and crochet  necklace from the "sahara" inspired collection  .




 for more collab with the photographer check out my previous post :
http://laskrouifghitta.blogspot.com/2013/07/cave-friouato.html 
  cave friouato 

 and for more infos about the photographer check her blog :
imane djamil le blog


A dress so soft, you won't want to take it off !! Easy and fluid, this throw-on-and-go dress makes mornings that much easier!!!
Moroccan-inspired pattern ,half reused shirt half handmade.
for a more unique look, i've combined it with a "berrad" (Moroccan tea pot) collar with "khamsa"










 From the upcycled man's shirts collection ,this one comes in a Jbala (north)  Moroccan-inspired pattern, ( half reused shirt half handmade), slightly oversized with a longer length. I've spent a lot of time tweaking the proportions so it's easy, and great for layering without ever looking sloppy.
How to wear it now? keep it simple and Style it with colourful accessories  .I've chosen here a handmade accessory  "sahara",a bead necklace inspired from tribal necklaces of south morocco ,with a touch of colored pompom and striped fabric combined with a beaded loop of collected old & new "akkad" and a crochted clasp .




photos by ZINEB ZAKI 
model AMAL ZAKI
STREET INSPIRATION 




Boucharouite is a moroccan rug ,made by most families from nomadic background. This craft is relying on instinct and experience rather than set design rules. Wonderfully extravagant in colour and timeless in design the Boucherouite carpet is delightfully irresistible.
It can be made from almost anything… second-hand clothing, towels, bed linen, even plastic!
 I love these beautiful  colorful and happy rugs ! and decided to make some boucharouite "concept " garments.










 As a consumer, there is a lot of choices when it comes to shopping.  One of those choices is whether to shop at a locally-owned store or a nationally-owned chain.

 With this post i just want to share with you my lifestyle, attittude and my style statement, not as a designer but as a consumer ,
all along  this 2 years i've been taking many photos  of my daily look, illustrating  moroccan community of  small business and poor jobs ,because i just prefer to spend my money at  those inspiring places support my community and communicate with those people rather than going to big stores and help rich people getting richer.

 with a belief that fashion it's not just about garments  is More than a clothing we wear it is a life experience ,a behavior.

































( for more photos  please check out my instagram account @ghitta111 )









handmade & upcycled clothing and accessories .




technique mix : crochet ,weave,textile & beads































                   Design, fashion , music , nature  and good vibes  ~
                   a great weekend on the beach  "Eden wed" bouznika.


   


































 A lightweight cotton shawl with moroccan patterns, is a simple way to add detail to everyday looks, Drape it around the neck with a simple outfits, keep it close to hand as the weather cools :)

(available in colours @ Chez Ilda)



.




To transform your look with the finest of finishing touches, think simple!
here is the same dress in my previous post, styled  with a simple handmade headband & a colourful, charismatic clutch, it’s crafted  with a reused scarf  & as usual a half  new fabric in a Moroccan-inspired pattern.

 It's ample enough to hold a small tablet and other essentials by day.
available now @ Chez ilda .

Design et styling : Ghitta Laskrouif
Photograoher :Zineb Zaki 
Model :Amel Zaki








Here again a collab with the talented Imane Djamil 
fashion & nature lover!  


Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Maria Bentounsi / Rajae Aidem
Location: kenitra& Marrakech
 
Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Maria Bentounsi



 Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :

 Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Maria Bentounsi



 Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :
Rajae Aidem

Photographer: Imane Djamil
Accessories : Ghitta Laskrouif
Model :


one of a kind, available now @ "chez ilda" store casablanca
 adress:
 chez ilda facebook page

 available @ the online shop http://www.kahenas.com/eshop/friends/ghitta-laskrouif.html

those 2 necklaces are  inspired from the "kiswa" or "blouza", a traditional dress from the North-East of Morocco. The necklace is lined with beads and uses, as a base, recycled jersey and lycra fabric, combined with crochet clasp.

beads and crochet  necklace from the "sahara" inspired collection  .




 for more collab with the photographer check out my previous post :
http://laskrouifghitta.blogspot.com/2013/07/cave-friouato.html 
  cave friouato 

 and for more infos about the photographer check her blog :
imane djamil le blog


A dress so soft, you won't want to take it off !! Easy and fluid, this throw-on-and-go dress makes mornings that much easier!!!
Moroccan-inspired pattern ,half reused shirt half handmade.
for a more unique look, i've combined it with a "berrad" (Moroccan tea pot) collar with "khamsa"










 From the upcycled man's shirts collection ,this one comes in a Jbala (north)  Moroccan-inspired pattern, ( half reused shirt half handmade), slightly oversized with a longer length. I've spent a lot of time tweaking the proportions so it's easy, and great for layering without ever looking sloppy.
How to wear it now? keep it simple and Style it with colourful accessories  .I've chosen here a handmade accessory  "sahara",a bead necklace inspired from tribal necklaces of south morocco ,with a touch of colored pompom and striped fabric combined with a beaded loop of collected old & new "akkad" and a crochted clasp .




photos by ZINEB ZAKI 
model AMAL ZAKI
STREET INSPIRATION 




Boucharouite is a moroccan rug ,made by most families from nomadic background. This craft is relying on instinct and experience rather than set design rules. Wonderfully extravagant in colour and timeless in design the Boucherouite carpet is delightfully irresistible.
It can be made from almost anything… second-hand clothing, towels, bed linen, even plastic!
 I love these beautiful  colorful and happy rugs ! and decided to make some boucharouite "concept " garments.










 As a consumer, there is a lot of choices when it comes to shopping.  One of those choices is whether to shop at a locally-owned store or a nationally-owned chain.

 With this post i just want to share with you my lifestyle, attittude and my style statement, not as a designer but as a consumer ,
all along  this 2 years i've been taking many photos  of my daily look, illustrating  moroccan community of  small business and poor jobs ,because i just prefer to spend my money at  those inspiring places support my community and communicate with those people rather than going to big stores and help rich people getting richer.

 with a belief that fashion it's not just about garments  is More than a clothing we wear it is a life experience ,a behavior.

































( for more photos  please check out my instagram account @ghitta111 )









handmade & upcycled clothing and accessories .




technique mix : crochet ,weave,textile & beads































                   Design, fashion , music , nature  and good vibes  ~
                   a great weekend on the beach  "Eden wed" bouznika.


   































 
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