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.

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.

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.

Isparta---TÜRKİYE-

Traditional festive costume from the province of Isparta. Model: 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.

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.

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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