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Dress Code in Iran

You must wear a headscarf the entire time you are there (except when in your hotel room) and loose clothing that covers your body. But let’s get one thing straight – you don’t have to wear a burka or anything that fully covers you.  When you arrive you will soon see the reality is far removed from the stereotype. Iranian women are stylish and proud of their appearance – fashion being a means to stand out and make a statement.

  • If your headscarf falls, don’t worry – put it back on again.
  • Tops must be loose-fitting  – a little more comfortable in the heat.
  • It is said that trousers must be baggy but some local women wear tight, brightly coloured leggings. For tourists, leggings worn with a long, loose-fitting top are accepted. However, in the more conservative areas such as Isfahan, Mashad and Qum, respect the values and revert back to looser fitting trousers.
  • Open toes sandals are fine. Pack some sports shoes for longer day-trips where you might be walking a lot (such as at the Persepolis). You’ll soon see how sports shoes are fashionable in Iran, especially in bright colours!
  • Worried you do not have enough appropriate attire? Fear not, as soon as you arrive in Tehran or even Isfahan (if you fly into there), hit the bazaars and the local markets and shop away. There’s plenty to be sought out.
  • For men it’s more simple – you will be dressing much the same as you do in western countries, except no short shorts, no super short sleeves and no extreme tight-fitting clothing.

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