Traditional clothes

Our team always thinks about the convenience of our customers, namely travelers. Therefore, we provide tours with rent a car service in Kyrgyzstan and tell about all the details of the country. For example, in this article we talk about Kyrgyz traditional clothes so that during the tour the travelers have some idea of ​​the Kyrgyz traditional clothes. Well, it is clear that the whole topic of Kyrgyz traditional clothes can be discussed during the tour with Bishkek car rent service already in the country itself. It is a well-known fact that the traditional clothes of any people always reflect the history, culture, character and way of life of the people. So, discussing the Kyrgyz traditional clothes, one can understand that the Kyrgyz were nomads before, who needed comfortable traditional clothes at a height among the winds. It is difficult to imagine that today travelers taking the tour with rent a car service will be able to see modern Kyrgyz dressed in traditional clothes, because time is dynamic and the way of life is changing. However, this is not a reason to draw conclusions, because during the tour, travelers, through Bishkek car rent service, go to museums where exhibitions of traditional clothes are held.

Traditional clothes, Kyrgyzstan tours. 

Nevertheless, let's briefly discuss here, for example, what men and women have worn before. Kyrgyz nomad-men loved to wear trousers "jarq shym", "kandagay", "chalbar". Well, the warm coat "Ichik" was universal, that is, for both men and women. Moreover, men's shoes were called Chokoy and Charyk, and headdresses were tebetey, kalpak and malakai. It was remarkable for women of that time to wear a "beldemchi" skirt. Young girls, daughters of nomads, wore headdresses that were decorated with bird feathers, with various traditional adornments, pearls and precious stones, and they wore a chiptama jacket. In addition, traveling around Kyrgyzstan with the rent a car service, tourists during the tour will be able to visit the main square of the country during some national holidays to see people in traditional clothes.