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An Analysis on Ornaments and Fashion in The Modernised Ottoman Society
As a polymorphic concept, fashion refers to the development and change of dressing habits and ornaments in the present study. Although dressing is not the only element of fashion, the study focuses on the clothing and accessories in the 19th-century Ottoman society. The meaning and content of fashion are seen to have differentiated in the course of history. Especially accessories like shoes, umbrellas, walking sticks, hats, scarves and jewellery are frequently used as they give a person a different image with small touches on the same dress. This, in turn, enables individuals to differentiate their appearance with less expense. Although women are the first to come to mind when fashion and ornaments are mentioned, the study also discusses men’s perspectives on fashion and some of their fashion habits. Different perspectives on fashion are based on economic, religious, health and social perspectives. In this context, the study tries to analyse from different points of view the fashion perception of the era based on the garments and accessories used, fabric as a fashion component, hair fashion, walking stick fashion, and accessories including hats, umbrellas and ornaments. Issues relating to fashion and ornaments are explained drawing upon the press organs of the time and specifically the fashion news covered in newspapers and magazines rather than archival documents were drawn on to analyse issues relating to fashion and ornaments. Archival documents are used to shed light on the difficulties experienced when introducing fashion items into the country through customs.

Fashion, Ottoman, ornaments, walking sticks, umbrellas, women.

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