Entari. The Turkish Robe/Caftan

On older engravings and paintings the Entari was worn as a dress.The Entari was worn by women living in the big Cities in the 1900century.Some times a Cepken was worn over it. It is an unpractical garment to wear for someone working in the fields.And therefor Shalwars and Cepkens were used more often in the countryside.In the 1800 century women wore pants and over them a transparent Gomlek, over that a long sleeved jacket that covered the behind and on top of everything an entari! Belt or sash.
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Ottoman Empire entari with belt. Turkish costume

Late-Ottoman urban dress: 'üçetek' (gown) with embroidered 'uçkur' (waistband).

Women's costume of the Late Ottoman era.  With an embroidered yellow silk üçetek (robe with three panels).  From the Sadberk Hanim Museum Collection (Istanbul).

Image from book titled: Women's Costume of the Late Ottoman Era rom the Sadberk Hanim Museum Collection / Lale Görünür.

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Üçetek entari, late 19th century-early 20th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

Üçetek entari, late 19th century-early 20th century, Sadberk Hanim Museum

16th century. Scanned from a book in my possession. For reference only. Scanned by Fiffi (Pharyah)

from century Istanbul: city palace and daily life by Metin And", including all the original sources for the images in an excellent list.

A bridal ensemble with embroidered ‘üçetek’ (robe with three panels).  Jewish, Istanbul, early 20th century.  On exhibit in the Jewish Museum of Istanbul.

A bridal ensemble with embroidered ‘üçetek’ (robe with three panels). On exhibit in the Jewish Museum of Istanbul.

L. 19C - E 20C Turkish Entari, woman’s open coat (robe) of dark red silk embroidered overall with couched gold thread in leaf and floral pattern, scoop neck with buttons at bust, trimmed with gold braid, as are pocket slits, long sleeves open and zig-zag to elbow, trimmed with gold braid. Lined with pink cotton with red and green leaf pattern in stripes. Kent State University Museum (Pharyah)

- E Turkish Yelek, woman’s open coat (robe) of dark red silk…

Üçetek entari (robe with three panels).  Brocaded silk.  Late-Ottoman urban dress, with very long sleeves and panels (dragging like a train across the floor).  Such dresses were a status symbol, indicating the wearer did not have to work.  Circa 1900.   (Sadberk Hanim Museum, Istanbul).(Pharyah)

Üçetek entari (robe with three panels). Brocaded silk. Late-Ottoman urban dress, with very long sleeves and panels (dragging like a train across the floor). Such dresses were a status symbol, indicating the wearer did not have to work. Circa 1900. (Sadberk Hanim Museum, Istanbul).(Pharyah)

Beautiful Entari (Pharyah)

Late-Ottoman embroidered lady's robe (üçetek entari = robe with three panels), century. The pink silk robe embroidered in gilt-metal threads and sequins with floral sprays, trimmed with an ornate gilt-metal braid, and edged with 'oya' (Turkish lace).

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