Iran Dress Code
Men and Women Dress Code
Men in Iran usually wear the same clothes as anyone wear in other countries, there are a small differences in some cases. Shorts are not acceptable but there isn’t a problem with wearing shorts on the beach or just in places which tend to have a vacation nature. A lot of male travelers ask me about wearing T-shirts and ties when they travel in Iran, yes, is the answer, they are acceptable and there are no problem if you guys wearing wearing T-shirts or ties while in Iran.
Probably one of the most commonly asked question for every women before travel to Iran is How to Dress while travel inside Iran.In Iran, and in reality the dress code for women is more relaxed and open to interpretation, the recommended dress code in Iran is to wear manteaus, a jeans and a headscarves, while the supplied on clothing color Iran Travel wardrobe(doesn’t have to be dark), You must wear a headscarf the entire time you are there (except when in your hotel room) and loose clothing that covers your body. what to wear on your head is just a scarf or hat mostly covering your hair, how much of your body must be covered (no bare arms or legs) and about your feet (sandals and bare toes are okay). But let’s get one thing straight – you don’t have to wear a burqa or anything that fully covers you The only times when foreign women must wear a Burqa are when visiting some shrines and some mosques. These can almost always be borrowed onsite. 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.