‘We Don’t Want Burqas!’ 19 Afghan Women Show What Their National Outfits Really Look Like

    ‘We Don’t Want Burqas!’ 19 Afghan Women Show What Their National Outfits Really Look Like
    Greg

    5:42 PM EDT, September 27, 2021

    One of the sad consequences of the end of American presence and the return of the Talibs is the obligation to wear traditional Muslim outfits abaji and hidjab, covering the whole body. A group of Afghan women decided to show on Twitter what their truly traditional costumes really look like.

    See the Afghans wearing clothes stemming from their native culture.

    #1 Dr Bahar Jalali, who brought up the subject online

    Dr. Bahar Jalali/twitter
    Dr. Bahar Jalali/twitter

    #2 The same women a couple of years earlier. She looks a bit like an eastern Britney Spears!

    Dr. Bahar Jalali/twitter
    Dr. Bahar Jalali/twitter

    #3 Like a princess from One Thousand And One Nights

    Waslat Hasrat-Nazimi/twitter
    Waslat Hasrat-Nazimi/twitter

    #4 A beautiful girl

    Best Dressed Afghan/twitter
    Best Dressed Afghan/twitter

    #5 So colorful and yet so elegant

    Natasha Fatah/twitter
    Natasha Fatah/twitter

    #6 A very young Afghan girl

    sibghat ullah/twitter
    sibghat ullah/twitter

    #7 Ready for the weekend

    Deeba/twitter
    Deeba/twitter

    #8 Juicy colors

    Peymana Assad/twitter
    Peymana Assad/twitter

    #9 A bit like eastern Europe folk

    Sodaba/twitter
    Sodaba/twitter

    #10 A perfect out fit for a techno-club night

    Sophia Moruwat/twitter
    Sophia Moruwat/twitter
    Fereshta Abbasi/twitter
    Fereshta Abbasi/twitter

    #12 Like a butterfly

    Wida Karim/twitter
    Wida Karim/twitter

    #13 Afghan teenagers and children

    Tamana Nasir/twitter
    Tamana Nasir/twitter

    #14 A few female generations

    Fatima Kakkar/twitter
    Fatima Kakkar/twitter

    #15 Some Afghan women love jewelry

    Malali Bashir/twitter
    Malali Bashir/twitter

    #16 Pink all over

    Spozhmay Maseed/twitter
    Spozhmay Maseed/twitter

    #17 Traditional shades of green

    Fatima Haskell/twitter
    Fatima Haskell/twitter

    #18 Caught dancing

    NatashaFatah/twitter
    NatashaFatah/twitter

    #19 Orange and dark blue

    NatashaFatah/twitter
    NatashaFatah/twitter
    Do you like their traditional outfits?
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