We are so glad to introduce you to a special article about very interesting and important theme- Kyrgyz people's traditional clothes. So, welcome to Kyrgyzstan, contact us. We will rent a car for you, be ready for the unforgettable tour. You will have the opportunity to travel and visit some of our country's most unique and beautiful places, learn more about customs and traditions, and, most importantly, learn the significance and history of the Kyrgyz traditional clothes and see all of its beauty yourself.
Guests always seem to want to learn everything they can about the country they are going to travel or simply take a tour. Clothing, as we already know, is one of the most important parts of people's life. It allows people to express themselves, as well as convey essential ideas and information about them and their country. Clothes are a representation of time and life. The Kyrgyz traditional clothes made of a material that represents spiritual life and has been and remains to be unique for over 700 years not only in Kyrgyzstan but in other countries as well. Nowadays, these types of clothes are rare. But we can meet people in national clothes during holidays. And basically the clothes conform to the nomadic people's way of life, for them to feel comfortable being at the heights among the winds.
You can rent a car in our company to make easier and comfortable your tour and our professional drivers, and in addition they will take you to museums of Kyrgyzstan that host exhibits of traditional clothes, including outwear and underwear. Men wore "jarq shym," "kandagay," and "chalbar" pants. "Ichik" is a warm coat that goes with that as well. It is made of wolf, fox, and lynx fur. This coat may also be a part of a woman's daily style. Also men liked to wear shoes Chokoy and Charyk and hats which called tebetey, kalpak and malakai.
Women would wear their beloved "beldemchi" skirts. The girls' hats were often decorated with bird feathers. And of course various traditional ornaments of Kyrgyzstan, pearls, and precious stones are also included as well. The girls of the time wore jackets called "chyptama."