Style Of Iranian Girls From The Sight Of Famous Sites

Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls

In the following, you will see pictures of the style of Iranian girls from the Sight famous sites


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls

Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


This is a great opportunity for me to shed light on some misconceptions and misapprehensions about my country.

Since the 1979 revolution headscarf is compulsory for Iranian women in public. If you have been picturing Iran as a huge desert in the middle of nowhere filled with Persian women in black burqas, you need to take a closer look at modern-day Iran.

This is how Persian women dress today in public:

Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls

Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls

Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


Beautiful Style Of Iranian Girls


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8 Comments

  1. Where were those photos taken? Were they really taken in Iran? Or are they off Iranian women visiting other countries? If Iranian women still have a such freedoms, then, yes, we are bring given great misconceptions, that is if these cities are in Iran. Where are the burqa laws? Only Tehran? Please shed some detailed light! What is life really like today overall for women in Iran? Where are women arrested if not completely covered? What’s the truth?

    If women still have liberal dress code rights, then your other blog on models before 1979 isn’t quite as shocking. Even American models have toned things down a bit since the 70’s.

    What’s life REALLY like for women who are living and breathing and raising daughters in Iran?

  2. looks like you are very ignorant about Iran. All of these pictures are taken in Iran, actually you can see famous sites in the background. There is a difference between burqa(Afghanistan) and Iranian women’s head dress. Women in Iran only put a piece of cloth on their head because the dictatorship FORCES it onto them. As a matter of fact 70-80% of Iranians are left-wing and pretty modern and very disconnected to religion and what regime is trying to force on people.

  3. The pictures were taken in Iran. I’m not saying this is the lifestyle of every women in Iran but like all other places in the world, there is different economical level of the people and different religious people. It is not a must to wear a burqa but in south of Iran, some people still wearing the burqa and it is because of their special culture. If you want to see the real Iran, just google it or check on Youtube. I’m sure you will be shocked of watching.

  4. Hey Elle,

    From the pictures I see, I can confirm that all of them are taken in Iran. However some of them seem to be professional models and you shouldn’t expect the majority of people you see everyday in the street look as stylish as them.

    Burqa has never been a dress code in Iran, with or without covered face! I myself haven’t seen anyone wear burqa in a way that they cover they face as well. It’s more like a Arabic style and maybe some women do in small towns in southern areas which is closer to Arabic countries. Although the uncovered-face version of burqa might be encouraged by some groups close to the government, still, neither version of burqa is enforced by law, and the ones that you see everyday is self-chosen or usually because of some considerations of their family and community, and they are considered as minority of people in most of the areas nowadays.

    The type of dress is enforced by the government is called Hijab. Hijab has a complicated definition in Iran. The general rule is that it shouldn’t catch attentions! So it depends on the situation, on the person evaluates this, or even funnier, on how pretty the woman is! It also includes the color and the make up on their face as well. But normally you are good to go with a long coat or jacket of mid-length or any long shirt that covers also some part of the legs and not in vibrant colors! Also with a scarf that covers some part of the hairs.

    Iran is a complicated country, with different cultures and beliefs. Especially the younger generation keep pushing the redlines nowadays, and demand their rights on choosing their own lifestyle that might go against the rules or their families beliefs.

    Probably the best way to find answer for your questions is to visit Iran, at the same time you can enjoy the history and the variety of food as well. If not possible, I recommend searching on youtube. There are a lot of tourists coming and visiting Iran and they upload plenty of videos usually in English.

  5. Forgive my keyboard typos. It tends to have a mind of its own. “Off” should be “of”; “bring” should say “being.”

  6. Thanks for clarifying. Yes, I meant hijab, but there’s no way to edit. So if a woman who doesn’t agree with her government’s policy doesn’t dress appropriately, what are the ramifications?

    Is it true that there are careers that women once had freedom to hold that since 1979 are no longer a possibility? Are women still being overly oppressed? Or is it that, in general, 70-80% of the people who don’t agree with the regime are somewhat oppressed? With so many in opposition, how are they still have such a tight grip on policy?

  7. Thank you so much for such a detailed and thoughtful reply. As with every nation, we learn from media what’s happening overseas. So much is agenda based rather than fact based. I must admit, sometimes, my brain smooshes cultural information together regarding Middle Eastern culture.

    What is life like for the average woman in Iran? What percentage of women finish their education through 18 years of age? Beyond that age? What types of careers may women pursue? Which ones are off limits? Who decides?

    What happens normally when citizens fail to comply with dress codes or other laws like this?

    Do most people drink coffee or tea?

    So many questions I have!

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