Antalya, bride's dress. Turkey

A bride's dress in, Turkey, Antalya. Turkey is south of Euro and border with North Africa , so their clothes is colorful with basic shape textile.

Hatay----TÜRKİYE-

Traditional festive costume from the Hatay province (Antakya). This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Isparta---TÜRKİYE-

Traditional festive village costume from the province of Isparta. This one is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Antalya--TÜRKİYE

Traditional bridal/festive costume of the Türkmen villages from the Antalya region. This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

A traditional bridal costume from the district of Tarsus (Içel province, near Mersin).  Mid-20th  century.  The same dress was worn as a weekly outfit (except for the headgear, which is not practical if you have to work...).

A traditional bridal costume from the district of Tarsus (Içel province, near Mersin). The same dress was worn as a weekly outfit (except for the headgear, which is not practical if you have to work.

Isparta---TÜRKİYE-

Traditional festive costume from the province of Isparta. Model: This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Two bridal/festive embroidered ‘entari’ (robe).  Urban style, late 19th century.  On exhibit (2003) in the Yalvaç Museum (Isparta province).  (Picture: J.M. Criel – Archives of Kavak/Antwerpen).

Two bridal/festive embroidered ‘entari’ (robe). On exhibit in the Yalvaç Museum (Isparta province). Criel – Archives of Kavak/Antwerpen).

Bridal/festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’).  From Kahramanmarş, late-Ottoman style, made in the early 1970s.  Urban fashion.  'Goldwork' embroidery technique: ‘Maraş işi’ (work from Maraş).  On exhibit in the Kahramanmaraş Provincial Museum.

Bridal/festive woman’s dress (‘bindallı entari’). From Kahramanmarş, late-Ottoman style, made in the early Urban fashion. 'Goldwork' embroidery technique: ‘Maraş işi’ (work from Maraş). On exhibit in the Kahramanmaraş Provincial Museum.

Two long embroidered woman’s ‘cepken’ (jacket). Also called 'ceket'.  Urban style, late 19th century.  On exhibit (2003) in the Yalvaç Museum (Isparta province).  (Picture: J.M. Criel – Archives of Kavak/Antwerpen).

Two long embroidered woman’s ‘cepken’ (jacket). On exhibit in the Yalvaç Museum (Isparta province). Criel – Archives of Kavak/Antwerpen).

Traditional festive costume from the Tefenni district (southwest of Burdur).  Style: mid 20th century.  These are recent workshop-made copies, as worn by folk dance groups.

Traditional festive costume from the Tefenni district (southwest of Burdur). These are recent workshop-made copies, as worn by folk dance groups.

A bridal costume from the Senirkent district (to the North of Isparta).   Style: first half of 20th century.

A bridal costume from the Senirkent district (to the North of Isparta).

Kahramanmaraş Dondurma (Turkish Ice Cream)

Dondurma (Turkish Ice Cream) - 2 qualities distinguish Turkish ice cream: texture and resistance to melting. Inclusion of thickening agents salep, a flour made from the root of the Early Purple Orchid and mastic, a resin, impart chewiness.

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Traditional festive village costume from the Burdur province. This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Traditional festive costume of the Yalvaç district (Isparta province).  Clothing style: mid-20th century.  All parts of the costumes were made in artisan workshops, which were producing (1990) for the local villages; the ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved jacket) is worn by women too, and is part of several bridal costumes in the Isparta and Konya provinces.  (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

Traditional festive costume of the Yalvaç district (Isparta province). Clothing style: mid-20th century. All parts of the costumes were made in artisan workshops, which were producing (1990) for the local villages; the ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved jacket) is worn by women too, and is part of several bridal costumes in the Isparta and Konya provinces. (Kavak Folklor Ekibi & Costume Collection-Antwerpen/Belgium).

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