All nations and peoples have traditional clothes they tend to wear. Travelling in Kyrgyzstan you will see that here there are also clothes of sacred meaning. In Kyrgyzstan people also have created such clothing and it is rather flourish and interesting. Nothing changed in the clothes of the Kyrgyz for 700 years. You can witness them all in the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan. They bear spiritual meaning - identify the status of a person. They must be comfortable for nomadic way of life in Kyrgyzstan.
Men's underwear and outwear were of leather or suede - "jarq shym", "kandagay", "chalbar" for rich people of society. Coats "ichik" are always made of fur of wild animals as wolf, fox, and lynx to wear during severe winter days of Kyrgyzstan as well as ankle boots Chokoy and Charyk, the hats tebetey, kalpak and malakai. When guests of the country travel in Kyrgyzstan they are suggested to make photos in national clothes.
Women's underwear and outwear was various, as one known skirt is "beldemchi" decorated with bird's feathers, ornaments from silver, pearls, corals, and stones. "Ichik" was also used, and a long-sleeved jaket "chyptama" in winter times. During your tour in Kyrgyzstan you have an opportunity to wear national clothes. Make photos against picturesque nature of Kyrgyzstan.