The Yemeni folklore is a special and distinctive model because it contains many aspects of Yemeni life. This heritage is still present, where we see the beauty and splendor of its multiple images, and this popular heritage women’s costumes, which are still reflected in the villages and countryside ..

These legends, which are reflected in these beautiful folk clothes, are still very popular despite the progress of life and its development, but the aesthetic character and the perfection of its industry will make this beautiful fashion a treasure that perpetuates the ages, which can not be obscured, regardless of the wheel of progress and development. And about some of these types of clothes, Ms. Nadia, one of the interested in fashion:

Of these Yemeni women’s clothing or costumes: the dress worn by the women of the interior and wearing a belt of Hadrami and wears on occasions such as weddings and weddings. It is the wearing of the women of Hadramout and Duane and of course the woman will adorn the silver belt and the anklet.

There is also a dress Alsnani wearing a dress worn by women in Sana’a and its environs, which is composed of a dress called “Zena” and the league “or the hair”, which is placed on the head and is decorated with silver jewelry called spray. As well as the popular fashion in Yemen Alawz or so-called polarizer is a quilt to be prepared by the Yemeni man instead of the heroines and is very famous in Hadramout and Lahj.

It is considered one of the most beautiful folk adornments for women existing and lasting for our time.

The traditional Yemeni folk costumes, with their beautiful decorations and hundreds of years, are the most beautiful, varied, elegant, determined and raw, and fashion is not competing with others, because its manufacture was mastered by Yemeni factories and woven by skilled women. The fashion of Yemenis and Yemenite yarns, tiaras, tattoos, Yemen in the Arab markets.

It is also characterized by its composition and its strength as it was related to the social environment and varied in the diversity of the Yemeni regions and the tastes of its inhabitants. It varied from one governorate to another. It varied in the level of villages and areas of one governorate to reach hundreds of species.