عنوان مقاله [English]
The historical study of Qajar clothes showed that in terms of the many trips of the Qajar kings to Farang, it was obvious to imitate the European culture. The purpose of this research was to investigate the factors and factors affecting the evolution of Iranian clothing from the clothing of the British and French governments in Europe, which examines the clothing of the second Qajar period in parallel with its contemporary dynasties in Europe. The current research is applied in terms of purpose and descriptive in terms of method. The main question of this research is that which fields and characteristics of European clothes were influential in the evolution of the clothing of the second Qajar period, which is one of the necessities of this research. The results of the comparative analysis of the images of the clothes between the clothes of the Qajar kings of Iran and Europe showed that the political, cultural and economic relations of the governments had the most changes in women's and men's clothes, so that the design, silhouette and color of the clothes of the second Qajar kings were completely influenced by the European clothes. The governments of England and France were the same era. In 1840, the most colors in men's and women's clothing included coats in black, white, gray, green, pea, blue, red, and blue and purple pants made of silk fabrics. At the end of the Nasrid period, the colors were white, black, blue-green, brown, pink, cream, fawn, gray, navy, emerald, red, purple and royal blue. During the period of Muzaffaruddin Shah, Mohammad Ali Shah and Ahmad Shah, blue-green, white, blue, pink, brown, cream, fawn, gray, navy, emerald, red, and purple colors were used.