Our team decided to produce a special article on the clothes of traditional Kyrgyz citizens, as this is a very important issue for discussion. So, welcome to Kyrgyzstan, rent a car and brace yourself for an exhilarating tour. Many visitors today will cross our open nation's borders and take an interest in textile traditions and customs.
Guests in Kyrgyzstan would also like to see the country on the tours they visit in great detail. Clothing seems to be the people and the main thoughts and information of the world. The substance of Kyrgyz clothes typically represents a spiritual life that for some 700 years has been and continues to be extraordinary. In real life, people's suits are scarcely used, except sometimes. Finally, clothes remain adaptable to the occupants' nomadic way of life, so that they feel safe in the middle of the tides.
Travelers may take car rentals from Kyrgyzstan on tours of some of the museums made up of ethnic clothes. In addition to a fashionable "jarq shym" coat made of wolf, fox and lynx fur, men wore "kandagay" and "chalbar" trousers like "Ichik". It can also be part of the traditional feminine style for this outfit. Men were also fond of wearing Chokoy and Charyk shoes, and Tebetey, Kalpak and Malakai hats.
The women were wearing Beldemchi, their skirt of choice. Also adorned with female caps were bird feathers. Pearls and precious stones, as well as several conventional lights. The 'chyptama' jacket was still used by children at the time.