Photographer's Note

Iran dress code for female travelers has been a concern to me. What kind of dress should I pack for my Iran trip and how is Iran women clothing?
The headscarf is the main item you need to pack for Iran since you will need to wear it when you exit the plane and enter the country or in general, in outdoor space. If you’re not in a shrine or mosque, your headscarf or shawl can be perched far back. If you already have a long-sleeve, a 3/4 sleeve tunic or chemise, you don’t need to buy anything extra for your trip to Iran. Tunics are a great option for summer trips to Iran. As long as they cover up your bum, it’s fine to pair it with whether loose trousers or skinny jeans. Wearing a manteau in Iran is not mandatory. Basically, anything mid-thigh would do. Sandals and open toes are perfectly fine.

So it is not so bad. On the other hand, often the Iranian women are not happy with these limitations. Some of them told me that at home, when they are free, they like to wear just jeans and T-shirts.
Here and in WS the women from Yazd.

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Additional Photos by Malgorzata Kopczynska (emka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 13580 W: 141 N: 35197] (158680)
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