Our team has agreed to create a special article on Kyrgyz people's traditional clothing, as this is a very important area of discussion. So, welcome to Kyrgyzstan, rent a car and be ready for an amazing tour. Many travelers today will fly through our versatile nation's borders and take an interest in cultural practices and traditions of clothes.
Guests on tours to Kyrgyzstan often want to explore in great depth the country they are touring. Clothes tend to reflect the people and the country's key ideas and facts. The substance of Kyrgyz clothing typically reflects spiritual life, and for about 700 years it has been and continues to be unique. People's suits are never seen in everyday life, even for certain occasions. And finally, the clothes remain adaptive to the nomadic people's way of life, so that, amid the waves, they feel secure in the heights.
In some of the museums that exhibit traditional apparel, consisting of outwear and underwear, visitors will take Kyrgyzstan car rentals on tours. The men wore trousers like "jarq shym", "kandagay" and "chalbar" Along with a fuzzy "Ichik" coat. It is composed of lynx, fox and wolf feathers. For this outfit, it can also be part of the normal female style. Men also preferred Chokoy and Charyk boots, and Tebetey, Kalpak and Malakai hats to wear.
Women had Beldemchi, their skirt of choice, on. The girls' hats were often decorated with bird feathers. Pearls and precious stones, and various typical decorations as well. The 'chyptama' jacket was also used by kids at the time.