manṣūrīyah (Arabic) a traditional Moroccan dress, named after Sultan Ahmed Al-Mansour Al-Saadi Al-Zahabi, who added to the Qaftan a white transparent cloth during the days of the Marinid sultans, then the dress was imposed on the servants of the palaces called the Makhzini dress, and later it became the dress of men and women, and it has remained the same to this day, as it is closed from above with one or more openings from the front and bottom.