In Iran, be sure to respect the Islamic laws: wearing the veil for women, no bermuda for men. Prohibition on drinking alcohol. Many women wear simple scarves with pants and a wide blouse down to the knees. An outfit that remains very codified even if it allows some evolutions. The scarf may be more or less loose, leaving more or less hair. In Iran, contrariwise, no burqa (worn in the Arabian Peninsula) nor chadri (Afghan), covering both the body and the face. No hidden faces in Iran, the few women in burqa that one can see are usually tourists from the Arabian Peninsula. The type of dress varies according to the generations and the regions, with great differences from one city to another.