Isfahan Traditional Clothing

Isfahan Traditional Clothing

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Isfahan traditional clothes

Clothing has always played a great role in human beings life. Iranians pay a considerable attention to their clothing. According to the researches, 32 types of main traditional clothes have been identified in Isfahan province.  These costumes include original Isfahanian dress, Bakhtiari clothing, Abyaneh, Boldaji, Varzaneh, Jarghouyeh, and Gaz garments.

 

The original traditional clothes of Isfahanian women include:

  •     A short red velvet skirt with a lot of folds closed by the button.
  •    An embroidered Milky Shirt
  •    A cotton pants, white for young women and black for elderly ones
  •     An embroidered scarf, fastened with a pin

 

The original traditional clothes of Isfahanian men consist of:

  •    A pair of loose black pants
  •    A white double button shirt with a simple collar and wide sleeves 
  •    A short black undershirt
  •   A felted hat

 

 

Abyaneh: An ancient Iranian village, located in Isfahan Province, with a long history which goes back to more than 2000 years ago. It is also known as the Red Village because of its red soil and houses. Abyaneh is a village of living tradition, special clothing, and architectural style, all in red clay. This village attracts numerous Iranian and foreign tourists.

 

 


 Abyaneh Traditional costumes for women
The women's clothing of Abyaneh is formed from a blouse, dress, shaliteh (a kind of skirt), scarf, headdress, socks, hoodies, and cotton shoes. The most important point in Abyaneh women’s costume is the use of bright colors, taken from nature’s colors.

 

 

Abyaneh Traditional costumes for men: 
The men’s clothes in Abyaneh is designed of a shirt, loose black pants, long garment, undershirt, waist shawl, and cotton shoes. What is interesting is that all villagers have a kind of faith towards their traditional clothes and they wear it regardless of their jobs and social status.

 

 

Written by: Najmeh Haghi

 

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