The national dress, worn both by men and women, is a form-fitting
robe known as a del.
The del was often woven out of silk frequently imported
During festivals or celebrations, women wore a variety of
including the traditional elaborate boghtagh.
Elite women often had exquisite
jewelry, which constituted a considerable quantity of
the family's wealth. Small but valuable items such as jewelry
were ideal means of preserving wealth, as they could readily
be carried during the Mongols' frequent migrations.
traditional Mongol cultural festival