Traditional Dresses of Different Ethnicities
Iran has a lot of territories and as a result, it has many ethnicities that we all know and is proud of. They have their own special languages, their own traditions, and of course, their clothes, all of which contribute to the country’s worth. If you know these clothes, you can easily identify the local Iranian clothing and tell which area it belongs to. They have evolved over time and for different reasons. You will find out which area of clothing, depending on the colors, fabrics, patterns, jewelry and the type of veil.
Local costumes are said to be the indigenous people of an area. This dress is usually taken from the customs of each region and according to the sources in that area. Due to its long history and rich history, Iran is one of the countries where unique ethnicity and culture can be found. Rally in Iran is a sign of national unity and a cause for all nations to come together.
Bakhtiari local costume
Bakhtiari live in southwestern Iran in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Khuzestan, Isfahan, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad and Lorestan provinces. The clothing of the Bakhtiari tribesmen varies depending on the weather conditions they may encounter during the migration. Men wear loose trousers with wool hats and use a choke (a men’s overcoat). Colorful skirts and layered vests are common for women. Women have long scarves that decorate with hand-drawn designs.
Qashqai local costumes
Fars province is the main center of Qashqa’i life. But their territory is found in other provinces such as Isfahan, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Kohgluyeh and Boyerahmad, Markazi, Bushehr, Qom. Women are seen in long skirts, multilayered, colorful and long scarfs wrapped around their chin. Men wear sheepskin hats, which are exclusive to the Qashqai tribes.
Lori local costume
The people of Lor mostly live in the western and southwestern parts of Iran. They have subdivisions, most importantly known as the Great Lor and the Little Lor. Compared to the Lor men, who are interested in neutral colors in their dresses, women tend to the bright colors with the stripes on their coats. The women wear a vest on their shirts and have a long scarf that covers their shoulders, neck, and head.
Baluchi local costume
The Baluchi people live in southeastern Sistan and Baluchistan and on the borders of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Traditional clothes in this area are a bit like the ones in the neighboring countries. Women are wearing colorful pants and knee-length dresses. They usually wear gold bracelets, necklaces, and other jewelry and wear a long scarf that covers their heads and shoulders. Also, their pants are uniform. Baluchi men’s overalls are long pants, long shirts. Because of the warmth of the area, white men’s clothing.
Abyaneh local costumes
Abyaneh village is located in Kashan and is one of the famous tourist areas. The people of this village, mostly elderly people, dressed in their traditional clothes. Women have knee-high skirts and are known for their long, white and floral scarfs that they wear in their local clothing. Men wear black trousers, colorful vests, and woolen hats.
Bandar Abbas and Qeshm local costumes
The people of the southern part of our country and the island of Qeshm are famous for their long floral dresses and masks. These scarves are commonly used for married women. Qeshm’s women use thick fabrics for their trousers, which are beautifully decorated and narrow in the wrist area. Men usually wear long white shirts, which are very effective due to the extreme heat of the south.
Kurdish local costumes
The Kurds have different clothes depending on the different areas they live in. Kurdish men’s trousers are very popular, stretching from the top to the ankles. Kurdish scarfs usually have hinges and different colors. Women wear long shirts, usually with a short vest.
Khorasan local costume
Khorasan province due to its large area & Also, due to the mix of different ethnic groups in the province. There is a great variety of local clothing and clothing. You can find Turkmen, Kermanshah, Torbat Jam and many others in the province whose clothing resembles their original relatives elsewhere in Iran. For example, the Kurdish people of Khorasan are very similar to the Kurdish people of the country.
Gilan local costumes
The coverage of women and even men in Gilan is very colorful in the north of the country. The blend of colors inspired by the lush nature of this line is obvious in the local costume. Men wear their vests, coats, dark pants, native shoes, and hats.
Felt hats, crop tops, and sheepskin hats are among the types of hats in the area. Men in the west of Gilan wear trousers and in the east of Gilan, they wear regulars.
Turkaman local costume
Turkaman people usually live in the northern and eastern parts of Golestan province and parts of Khorasan. Different colors, such as earthy and red, can be found in local Turkaman clothing. Women usually wear long shirts and some use face pads. Turkaman men’s wool hats are a special feature of their clothing.
Mazandaran local costume
As the name implies, the people of Mazandaran in the province can also be named. Mazandaran women’s dresses are slightly shorter than other dresses. Mazandaran men usually wear flannel shirts and usually have socks on their pants.