A special place is occupied by Kyrgyz traditional clothes for those who are going to rent a car and travel in Kyrgyzstan. Therefore, our team provides you with this special article about Kyrgyz traditional clothes, and we also organize tours with Bishkek car rent service in Kyrgyzstan of any complexity. First of all, in Kyrgyzstan, tourists rent a car for the tour to get acquainted with local traditions, culture, and including visiting museums to see what Kyrgyz traditional clothes are. Travelers visit museums for the simple reason that today modern Kyrgyz do not wear their traditional clothes, except perhaps only at some events during national holidays. We remind travelers studying Kyrgyz traditional clothes that these clothes of the Kyrgyz people have been and remain unique for about 700 years. Also from the point of view of the design of Kyrgyz traditional clothes, one thing is clear: they were made so that nomads felt comfortable moving around the mountains, steppes, and valleys under different weather conditions.
Now, being already in Kyrgyzstan and traveling, tourists visit the museum where special Kyrgyz traditional clothes are exhibited. Travelers learn that men's clothes were "jarq shym", "kandagay", "chalbar" trousers, Chokoy and Charyk shoes and tebetey, kalpak and malakai hats. Also during the tour in the museum, tourists see that Kyrgyz women wore traditional skirts as "beldemchi". The Kyrgyz, both men and women, could wear a warm coat called "Ichik" in the cold weather of the year, which was made from the fur of a wolf, a fox, and a lynx. The peculiarity of Kyrgyz traditional clothes, namely the headdresses of young girls, was that they were decorated with bird feathers, as well as with various traditional ornaments, pearls and precious stones. Moreover, young beauties loved to wear a light jacket called "chiptama". The uniqueness of Kyrgyz traditional clothes impresses travelers during their tour with Bishkek car rent service.