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Traditional Turkish winter outfits

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    Traditional Turkish winter outfits

    Before normal winter jackets and coats that we are used to now were popular, each nation had their own version of clothing. These traditional clothes might be considered low class or outdated nowadays unfortunately, but being properly dressed could be what saved you from freezing to death. Turkish traditional winter outfits are beautiful and very warm. If you are not gonna wear them, at least knowing about Turkish traditional winter clothes can be nice.

    Most of the traditional Turkish attire comes from the Ottoman era and from the nomadic times of the Turkish culture. Turks used to wear 6 unique items of clothing which I'll introduce here:

    1- Turkish traditional winter hat
    Turks used to wear a fur-lined hat known as Börk, which honestly looks badass!
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    It was worn by the Anatolian Seljuks and into the Ottoman era. This hat even had a slot to hold a spoon! which gave them the nickname “the brotherhood of the spoon” or “kaşık kardeşliği”. If you are interested in purchasing this kind of had, you can still find them in Konya.

    2- Towels
    Towels and Turkish baths goes hand in hand. The Turkish baths have the traditional cotton peştamel to wrap yourself in. However, there is a traditional Turkish towel that is being used world wide today: the bath robe! bath robe apparently was invented in Turkey back in the day and is referred to as Bornoz. In Istanbul, specialty shops such as Abdulla and Dervis in the Grand Bazaar and Jennifer’s Hamam in the Arasta Bazaar also offer stylish variations.

    3- Shoes
    They say shoes make the man! or, something like that i don't know! Turkish traditional shoes are made from cowhide, lambskin and water buffalos. they are referred to as Çarık in Turkey.

    In addition to being able to withstand rain, snow and mud, they are also conducive to wear in saltwater and can have a layer of clay in the lining that helps prevent fungus and odor.

    4- socks
    Çorap is a hand-knitted cozy sock! These socks, which can also double as slippers, are made from wool, cotton and even silk. you can find them in any tourist shop.

    5- vests

    Referred to in Turkish as “keçe yelek” these simple vests are made of brown felt and have a zipper going down the front. These vests might have a pocket or two. can purchase them from online shops such as Çiçeksepeti.com

    6- Pants
    Şalvar is a baggy pants that are tight around the ankle. Şalvar was banned for a time by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, an effort to change the nation dress code. Nowdays you can wear them to feel like how they felt back in the day.
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