This is lovely! I think it's a slightly out of period example but very little changed in fashion within the ottoman empire. I can work with this.

This is lovely! I think it's a slightly out of period example but very little changed in fashion within the ottoman empire. I can work with this.

“Anteri” in the ottoman town fashion.  - 19th - http://www.texmedindigitalibrary.eu/?browse=location=9

“Anteri” in the ottoman town fashion. - 19th - http://www.texmedindigitalibrary.eu/?browse=location=9

Silk woman’s kaftan. Ottoman, mid-16th century. A very early first example of the use of the ‘tulip’-motif. (Topkapı Sarayı Museum, Istanbul).

Silk woman’s kaftan. Ottoman, mid-16th century. A very early first example of the use of the ‘tulip’-motif. (Topkapı Sarayı Museum, Istanbul).

Traditional bridal (and later-on festive) costume, from Eskişehir. Late Ottoman, end of 19th - early 20th century.  Sadberk Hanim Museum

Traditional bridal (and later-on festive) costume, from Eskişehir. Late Ottoman, end of 19th - early 20th century. Sadberk Hanim Museum

Robe associated with Murat III (1574-95). Dark blue and doubled in white satin, 16th century    Istanbul Turkey

Robe associated with Murat III (1574-95). Dark blue and doubled in white satin, 16th century Istanbul Turkey

Ottoman Style Velvet Coat, Red velvet w/ metallic gold soutache in ornate patterns, 5 gold thread wrapped buttons at CF, 4 w/ small coral bead at tip, front panels & sleeves lined in red & white woven cotton, back lining of yellow leaf printed on blue cotton, Late 19th C

Ottoman Style Velvet Coat, Red velvet w/ metallic gold soutache in ornate patterns, 5 gold thread wrapped buttons at CF, 4 w/ small coral bead at tip, front panels & sleeves lined in red & white woven cotton, back lining of yellow leaf printed on blue cotton, Late 19th C

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