Tag Archives: Traditional Caftan

Medieval Middle East clothing. Persian scholar dress in 1450.

Persian middle ages costume. Iranian Middle east dress. Medieval Persian clothing

Persian scholar

Medieval Middle East clothing. Persian scholar dress in the 15th century.

Gallery:Sheets for costume design: historical and folk costumes. Published by Franz Lipperheide, 1876-1887.

Traditional Egypt costumes. Bedouin girl, Fruit Vendor, Runner.

Traditional arab cloth for man and women. Egyptian Female dresses with turban, tarboosh, vests, harem pants, Sal Sapik and arabian caftan

Bedouin girl, Egyptian Fruit Vendor, Egyptian Runner

Traditional Egypt costumes. Bedouin girl, Fruit Vendor, Runner in 1850

A Bedouin girl in a shirt-like garment, called “mig wal”. Next to her is an Egyptian Fruit Vendor. She wears a cape or cloak, jilbab, Jilaabah called. Her head is covered by a veil, the niqab.
Right of the picture is an Egyptian runner. He wears a precious embroidered vest. As a headdress he wears a fez or tarboosh called. His long caftan is tied up from his knees to a wide cloth belt.

Traditional Egyptian costumes 1850. Tambourine player, water wearer and servant.

Traditional arab cloth for man and women. Egyptian Female dresses with turban, tarboosh, vests, harem pants, Sal Sapik.

Tambourine player, Veiled water wearer, Servant.

Traditional Egyptian costumes. Dress of Tambourine player. Veiled water wearer and Servant in 1850.

Tambourine player in the jilbab. Veiled water wearer in a chador. Servant with a turban, tarboosh, vests, harem pants belted with a wide cloth that Sal Sapik, (SAL û Sapik “pants and shirt”).

Jewish traditional clothing in Germany, 18th c.

Jewish, Costumes, 17th, Tappest, Ephod, Baroque, fashion, history

Jewish traditional costumes in 1700

Jewish traditional clothing in Nuremberg 1710.

German Baroque Period.
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