Traditional festive costume from the central district of the Balıkesir province.  Dating: 1925-1950.  The trousers and long-sleeved vest in striped silk, and the velvet jacket are embroidered (‘golden’ thread in ‘kordon tutturma’ technique/applied cord).  (Kavak Folklor Ekibi&Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume from the central district of the Balıkesir province…

Traditional festive women’s hats, from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale province), ca. 1925-1950.  Adorned with metallic & mica sequins, several types of glass beads and balls, cotton ‘oya’ (Turkish lace) and late-Ottoman coins.  Topped with a silver(y) ‘tepelik’ (hat cover).  (Source: Tekin Uludoğan, Balıkesir).

Traditional festive women’s hats, from the Pomak villages near Biga (Çanakkale province), ca. 1925-1950. Adorned with metallic & mica sequins, several types of glass beads and balls, cotton ‘oya’ (Turkish lace) and late-Ottoman coins. Topped with a silver(y) ‘tepelik’ (hat cover). (Source: Tekin Uludoğan, Balıkesir).

A traditional bridal dress from the city of Erzincan.  Mid-19th century.   Ten women worked 80 days to adorn the üçetek (robe with three panels) with this nice goldwork embroidery.

Clothing: Tevinter --- A traditional bridal costume from the city of Erzincan. Ten women worked 80 days to adorn the üçetek (robe with three panels) with this nice goldwork embroidery.

Traditional bridal costume from the Balıkesir province.  Clothing style: ca. 1925-1950.  With a velvet 'bindallı entari' (embroidered robe).

Traditional bridal costume from the Balıkesir province. Clothing style: ca. With a velvet 'bindallı entari' (embroidered robe).

Yöresel kıyafetler, il il yöresel kıyafetler, Boşnak yöresel kıyafetler halk oyunu kıyafeti resimleri--TÜRKİYE

Local clothes, province by province regional clothes, Bosnian folk dance outfit

Two ways of wearing the üçetek (robe with three panels) of the bridal costume from the Aydın-Ödemiş area.  Late-Ottoman, urban (small city) style, ca. 1900.  Top pictures: both front panels are pulled up, revealing the embroideries on the ‘göynek’ (chemise).  Bottom pictures: they are hanging down, hiding the chemise.  (Kavak Costume Collection - Antwerpen/Belgium).

Two ways of wearing the üçetek (robe with three panels) of the bridal costume…

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