Qashshāb / Qashshābah / Qashshābīyah: an undecorated Moroccan shirt of cloak popular with both men and women among the Marrakech Bedouin. Made of wool, linen, or cotton, worn instead of the kaftan, or over it. Usually without a collar or sleeves, but sometimes it has short sleeves, which the woman can make into a quiver to hold her baby.