The takchita (alternate spellings: taqchita, tackshita, tackchita) is a Berber Moroccan traditional women's garment that, like the Moroccan caftan, is worn for celebrations, particularly weddings. It is composed of two pieces, a dress as a first layer, often of fine but not ornately decorated fabric, and a more elaborate second layer or over-dress that often buttons up the front using the traditional sfifa and akaad closures. The upper layer is often richly adorned with embroidery, beading or sequins.
Modern interpretations of traditional Moroccan clothing, particularly the takchita, caftan and jellaba are exhibited at the annual Caftan fashion show in Morocco and hosted by the Moroccan fashion magazine Femmes du Maroc.
See also 
- Femmes du Maroc Magazine -with links to annual Caftan fashion shows.
- Morocco's takchita blends tradition and modernity Article including photos and some history of the takchita, though it mistakenly labels it the same as a caftan.
References and notes 
Moroccan Caftan or Tekchita Worn by the Royal Family : 
Learn how to make a Caftan or Tekchita: