Khafṭān / kafṭān: (pl. khafatin / kafatin), a garment which was originally worn by the Ottomans over a long sleeved shirt. It resembles a priest’s gambaz, with no collar, open at the front and buttoned at the chest. The sleeves reach the elbows, and its length is below the knees. Often adorned. Men from the Atlas region usually wear it in broadcloth or cotton, whereas women prefer silk and velvet.