Iran is a vast country containing many different ethnicities and languages so the traditional dress tends to vary by region, territory and sometimes even individual village. By in large, the majority of the ethnicities pertaining to the regions of Iran, dictate the traditional costumes. These include dress styles for Torkemans, Mazandarani, Bakhtiaris, Baluchis, Loris, Gilanis, Kurds, Ghoochanis, Qashqais, and many others.
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