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Below you will find the entire pattern line of Atira's Fashions. If you would like to order any of the patterns or a catalog please print out the page and either mail it in with payment or fax it in with payment. Minimum order is $20.00.

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Pattern
Number
Name and Description
Price
Qty
Sub
Total
# 01
Catalog - This is Atira's Fashions Catalog
5.00
   
# 02 Azita's Crocheted Bras and Belts - For those of you handy with a crochet hook this may be the answer to your bra and girdle wardrobe.

6.75

   
Nagwa's Bra-Tops - This pattern includes three bra-top variations.
7.00
   
Tahia Alibeck's Bras - A decorated bra of some kind is one of the essentials of a Middle Eastern dancer's wardrobe. This pattern is instructions on how to tear apart and decorate a bra only.
6.00
   
Tahia Alibeck's Belts - Another necessity in the wardrobe of a belly dancer is her belt.
7.75
   
Inalame's Halter Bra and Tie Girdle - The halter bra and tie girdle are excellent for the dancer with a full figure or for the dancer who is trying to lose inches.
7.75
   
Alviyah's Turkish-Macedonia Vest - A form-fitting vest with tab trim at keyhole neckline and under bust.
7.75
   
Bahar's Boleros - Any of the boleros may be worn with harem pants or circle skirts. Over any of the blouses, caftans or folk chemises.
7.75
   
Saadia's Vest - A form-fitting, over-the-bust vest which may be worn with or without an un-decorated bra.
7.75
   
Parie's Peasant Blouse - This versatile little blouse may be worn alone or under any of the vests or boleros.
7.75
   
Marhvash's Turkish-Arab Vests - Another form-fitting vest with keyhole neckline.
7.75
   
Suzanna's Swirl Skirt - This eight paneled skirt, which first appeared in St. Troppez, on the French Riveiera, will give a new look to your cabaret costume.
9.00
   
Najla's Accent Skirt - This overskirt may be worn with harem pants or circle skirt or three layers worn alone, with points alternated, made in varying shades of color.
9.00
   
Sirane's Skirts and Salome's Veils - These skirts would be gorgeous in a shimmering satin trimmed sequin, in a soft metallic knit, or in yards of billowing, floating chiffon. The veil is among the most beautiful and useful accessories in a Middle Eastern dancer's wardrobe
10.00
   
Hathaya's Harem Pants - They're called chalwar in Iran, libas in Egypt, shaksheer or shintiyan in Turkey and dimje in Yugoslavia and Bulgaria.
9.50
   
Khariya's Skirts - These Egyptian style skirts are ideal for border print fabrics, sari material with woven metallic trim or sequin fabric.
9.50
   
Sharreh's Skirts - A sly way to have the covered look without all those yards of material required for a circle skirt.
9.00
   
Farasha's Accessories - These are the fun things to wear with your cabaret costume.
9.00
   
Parveneh's Panels - A versatile costume accessory to compliment your harem pants or circle skirts.
9.00
   
Cikira's Jacket - This simple little jacket makes a great addition to your cabaret wardrobe.
9.00
   
Shirin's Farrajiyah - A modern version of the cloak of the African desert worn by the Tuaregs.
9.00
   
Al-Zahra's Ghawazee Coat - This fitted bodice coat is copied from the coats worn by the famous Ghawazee dancers of Egypt in the 19th century.
12.00
   
Elena's Beledi Dress - The versatile beledi dress is a wonderful costume for those dancers who prefer to cover up.
9.00
   
Alesandre's Abayeh - Traditionally a primitive Muslim garment of Africa, Turkey and Persia.
9.00
   
Phaedra's Egyptian Caftan - This Egyptian caftan is a full length garment with long, draped sleeves made from 54" or 60" wide material.
9.00
   
Etiya's Etek - This beautiful embroidered or braid trimmed jacket is copied from those worn by Algerian dancers in the middle nineteenth century.
9.00
   
Bahiga's Blouse - This blouse may be worn under any of the vests and boleros, or under the Ghawazee coat.
9.00
   
Farida's Folk Chemise - The traditional robe of the Middle East and North Africa usually made in a homespun heavy weight fabric in plain color or wide stripes and often heavily embroidered at the yoke, on the body, hem and sleeves.
9.00
   
Cemiyeh's Caftan - The traditional caftan is a long, coat like garment with long sleeves worn throughout the countries near the Eastern Mediterranean.
9.00
   
Duriyya's Djellaba - A modern rendition of a native Moroccan caftan like robe with long loose raglan sleeves.
12.00
   
Badawia's Burnous - A long, circular mantle with hood worn by Arabian men and women when traveling.
9.00
   
Abdul's Gallibiya - This long traditional cotton body garment is called a dish-dasha in Iraq, a kumya by the North African Moor and a tobe or gallibiya by the Arabic speaking world.
9.00
   
Omar's Aba - A primitive Muslim garment of Africa, Turkey and Persia which serves as a cloak and blanket.
9.00
   
Ahmed's Chalwar - Chalwar are the draped pantaloons worn by men in North Africa and the Middle East.
9.00
   
Ibrahim's Cepken - This richly embroidered bolero-like vest or jacket is worn by men over a white shirt and with a sash.
9.00
   
Hanida's and Habhi's Headdresses - The wearing of a Middle Eastern garment often requires a proper headdress to make the costume complete.
7.50
   

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