Our team has agreed to create a special article on Kyrgyz people's traditional clothes on tours, as this is a very interesting subject of conversation. So, welcome to Kyrgyzstan, rent a car and get ready for a gorgeous tour. Today, many tourists will pass through our nation's borders and take an interest in ethnic traditions and practices in clothes.
Guests on tours to Kyrgyzstan often wish to visit in great detail the country they are touring. Clothes tend to represent the people and the region's key ideas and facts. The substance of Kyrgyz garments typically mirrors spiritual life, and for about 700 years it has been and continues to be extraordinary. People's garments are seldom seen in everyday life, except at moments like these. And finally, the clothes remain adaptive to the nomadic people's way of life, so that they feel safe in the middle of the tides in the heights.
In some of the museums that display traditional clothing, consisting of outwear and underwear, tourists can take Kyrgyzstan car rentals for tours. The men wore trousers like "jarq shym", "kandagay" and "chalbar" in addition to a fluffy "Ichik" shirt. It consists of the lynx, fox and wolf's feathers. This dress can also be part of the conventional female look. Men also preferred Chokoy and Charyk shoes, and Tebetey, Kalpak and Malakai caps to wear.
Women had Beldemchi, their skirt of choice, on. The girls' caps were often decorated with bird feathers. Pearls and precious stones, and many typical ornaments as well. The 'chyptama' jacket was used frequently by adolescents at the time.