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Kyrgyz Traditional clothes

Kyrgyz traditional clothes are one of the main topics for travelers who are going on a tour and rent a car in this wonderful country. And so welcome to our website where you will find everything related to traveling in Kyrgyzstan, for example, about making the tour with Bishkek car rent service, and even about Kyrgyz traditional clothes. Today, all travelers can enjoy the tour, rent a car in Kyrgyzstan and join the local customs and traditions.

Traditional clothes, Kyrgyzstan tours. 

Today, there are probably no modern Kyrgyz who would wear traditional clothes on ordinary days, with the exception of holidays. During the holidays, you can visit the main square of the country through Bishkek car rent service and see people dressed in Kyrgyz traditional clothes.

Traditional clothes can always say a lot about people, for example, show their way of life. Therefore, Kyrgyz traditional clothes have remained unique for about 700 years. Trying to understand the topic of traditional clothes of the Kyrgyz people, one can understand that they were made so that the nomads felt comfortable being among the mountains and the wind.

As already mentioned, today the Kyrgyz do not wear traditional clothes on ordinary days, and therefore those who travel around Kyrgyzstan take the tour, rent a car and then go to a museum where Kyrgyz traditional clothes are exhibited. In the museum, travelers can see that Kyrgyz men wore "jarq shym", "kandagay", "chalbar" trousers, Chokoy and Charyk shoes and tebetey, kalpak and malakai hats. A warm coat called "Ichik" was worn by both men and women. And they made this coat from the fur of a wolf, a fox, and a lynx. Kyrgyz women still wore beldemchi skirts. In addition, when you visit the museum, you will learn that young Kyrgyz girls wore a chiptama jacket, and decorated their headdresses with bird feathers, with various traditional adornments, pearls and precious stones.