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A traditional daily costume from the Konya province. Middle-class urban style, worn at home, ca. 1900-1925. Containing: a silk ensemble (‘gömlek’/shirt + ‘şalvar’/baggy trousers), a large embroidered ‘yazma’ (headscarf), a silk ‘kuşak’ (waist band) and low boots-like leather shoeware. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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A traditional festive (‘summer’) costume from the Konya province. Late-Ottoman urban fashion, end of 19th century. With an ‘üçetek’ (robe with three panels) and an ‘arkalık’ (triangular waistcloth) in silk discontinuous (‘broché’) brocade. They date, as well as the jewelry, from 1875-1900, or earlier. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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A traditional festive costume from the Konya province.  Late-Ottoman urban fashion, end of 19th century.  With garments and jewelry from 1875-1900, or earlier.  Top picture: ‘summer’ costume; bottom picture: ‘winter’ (cold weather) costume.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

A traditional festive costume from the Konya province. Late-Ottoman urban fashion, end of 19th century. With garments and jewelry from 1875-1900, or earlier. Top picture: ‘summer’ costume; bottom picture: ‘winter’ (cold weather) costume. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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Original taken from marmara_calypso in Ottoman Turkish women's dresses women's dresses "èntari" was x-shaped silhouette, hinged on the center of the waist line.

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A traditional festive ensemble (‘şalvar’/baggy trousers + ‘cepken’/long-sleeved vest) from the Bursa region. Late-Ottoman, well-to-do rural style, circa 1925. Adorned with goldwork embroidery (in ‘Maraş işi’-technique) on silk. Trousers and vest were purchased in Bursa in 1988. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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An embroidered ‘etek’ (skirt) from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale prov.). Part of the traditional festive costume for women. Mid-20th century. Adorned with (cotton & lurex threads) embroidery on cotton, cotton crochet lace with metal sequins, metal (imitation) Ottoman coins, and (cotton or orlon) pom-poms. (Inv.nr. ete001 - Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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Traditional bridal/festive costume, from the Seyitgazi district (prov. Eskişehir). A remainder of the so-called ‘Bahriye’-style (= ‘Navy’), which was popular in Istanbul in the early 20th century. Silver thread embroidery on silk. The ensemble was made c. 1960. The jewelry (‘tokalı kemer’/belt & ‘muskalık’/amulet necklace) are older: 1900-1925. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi&Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

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A traditional festive ensemble (‘şalvar’/baggy trousers + ‘cepken’/long-sleeved vest) from the Afyon province. Late-Ottoman, urban style, circa 1900. Adorned with goldwork embroidery (in ‘Maraş işi’-technique) on silk. Trousers and vest were purchased in Afyon in 1989. (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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Traditional festive costume from the Muğla province. Robe of a not yet betrothed girl. Urban style, early 20th cenntury. Type: 'bindallı entari' (embroidered robe). On exhibit (2003) in the Muğla Provincial Museum. (Picture: J.M. Criel – Archives of Kavak/Antwerpen).

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Close-up of a traditional bridal costume from the Karakeçeli (Yörük) villages of the Keles district (south of Bursa). Village (rural) style, ca. mid-20th century. Below: the three layers of adorned garments that cover the breast (the jewels were removed, to offer better sight): a ‘gömlek’ (shirt), an ‘iç yelek’ (inner bodice) and a ‘dış yelek’ (outer bodice). Over these three, a fourth garment is worn: the red ‘güdük’ (quilted vest). (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

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