Local Clothing


Folk Dace Clothes

Young girl, special day (bride); Women (married, widow, old) clothing-breed
1- Head
A) Wear (Fez, hull, kefiye)
B) Covered (yemeni and cheesecloth)
C) Generally preferred colors and shapes

It is invisible because of the wrapping around. 10-12 cm. Usually made of velvet fabric.

Every thin color is made of fabric.

At the beginning of the fesler are generally silver processes in which all colors are used.

It is about 1 cm. Each weight is white. Needles in the mountains are dominated by beaded tulbents.
2- Body
A) Underwear (Göynek, fistan)
B) Outerwear (vest, trietek, şalvar, belt)
C) Foot (socks, yemeni)
D) Generally preferred colors and shapes

One button from the back, with a steep collar, arms are long and sometimes cuffed.

It is made by pressing and soldering. He stands in the neck.

Waistcoat worn on your shirt is sleeveless, belly up to oval, using front string or tie. The front and back of the vests are motifs. Plants in the foreground constitute the main motif. (Grape, grape leaf)

The tricky triacs are made of three pieces, with a long, rear, short front. The shorter sections are up to the string. The cut ends are inserted into the belt and the bag image is provided. (Cotton picking etc.)

It is made of cotton fabrics like viskon and flannel in mountain region. The shalvars made in the shop are in the form of pajamas. In the plain villages, satal cloth is sewn from satin fabrics. The female shalps, which are viscose and satan, are erected in a pattern.

Generations are generally used in semah locality. It's the kind of abandon.

There are also those above the wrist as well as the neck wrist. It is used motif and plain.

Render and underscore the bottom part.

3- Jewelery-Ornaments

A) Attached to the head (hill, ciril (tomaka), cheek beating)
B) Those who are put on the hair (Beads, seam, sim .... etc.)
C) Longitudinally mounted (gold, bracelet,
D) Face ornaments (Penes, flake)
E) Those worn on the foot
F) Body ornaments
4- Hair styles and ornaments
A) Young girl's hair styles and ornaments (ponytail)
B) Married women's hair forms and ornaments
C) Widowed female hair styles and ornaments
D) Older women's hair styles and ornaments (Belik, bun)


Blushing, riding, henna


Young, special day (groom), married menswear

1- Head
A) Wear (fez, cap, tellik, cape ..... etc)
B) Covered people (spoof, submission, yemeni ... etc.)
C) Generally preferred colors and shapes
2- Body
A) Underwear (Shirt)
B) Outerwear (vest, baggy, belt)
C) Foot (socks, yemeni)
D) Generally preferred colors and shapes


Formerly known as passenger goods, the black background is made up of white lines, or vice versa, with black striped fabrics on white. It has a long sleeves, a vertical collar, and a front collar. There are two buttons on the sides.


It is made of shalvar fabric. Sleeveless, open front, tall enough. The vests with motifs are without buttons, the vests without motifs are pockets and buttons in front. On the fronts of the vests are dominant plant motifs. For example, a cotton ball.


It is usually made of dark, cotton fabrics. The cut is quite wide and the stick part is as long as the string. The beaked, pocket and crotch mouths are motifs that add daggers. One of the features seen in the Tarsus shawls is that there are 2 stitches on the front side and 3 stitches on the back side.


It is white in color with silk cotton fabric with fringed edges. The shape of the connection is sideways to the side and is used as a connection from the back to the ground.


It is made by knitting with cotton yarn.


The top is made of six leathers or rubber, with a heel and pointed nose. It's black.

3- Jewels and ornaments (In the male section, it is considered appropriate to give the verse.)
A) Leaders
B) Commonly preferred colors
C) Male hair styling and embellishment
D) The person who wears the body (horn watch, wand, knife, rosary)
E) Body ornaments