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Mongolian girl, Mongolian traditional clothing, beautiful woman -reminds me of the costumes for Princess Amadalla in Star Wars 1, 2, and 3.

Mongolian girl, Mongolian traditional clothing, beautiful woman -reminds me of the costumes for Princess Amadalla in Star Wars 1, 2, and 3.

And then I saw this gorgeous Mongolian woman's outfit and my winter style goals changed forever.

And then I saw this gorgeous Mongolian woman's outfit and my winter style goals changed forever.

Mongol deel

Mongol deel

Mongolia | Khalka woman's wedding dress | ©Dorine and Daniel Ponsard

Mongolia | Khalka woman's wedding dress | ©Dorine and Daniel Ponsard

A noblewoman from the Khalka people of Mongolia.  Photo taken circa 1908.

A noblewoman from the Khalka people of Mongolia. Photo taken circa 1908.

Princess Nirgidma with her hooded hunting eagle at Urumchi. A striking photograph of the Torghut princess by Maynard Owen Williams in 'The National Geographic Magazine', of November 1932, Vol. LXII No.5, plate IX opposite p.568, shows her in national costume.

Princess Nirgidma with her hooded hunting eagle at Urumchi. A striking photograph of the Torghut princess by Maynard Owen Williams in 'The National Geographic Magazine', of November 1932, Vol. LXII No.5, plate IX opposite p.568, shows her in national costume.

Princess of the Khalkha Mongols, with headdress known as a boqtaq, 1913. Autochrome by Stephane Passet. traditional Mongolian costume

Princess of the Khalkha Mongols, with headdress known as a boqtaq, 1913. Autochrome by Stephane Passet. traditional Mongolian costume

Mongolian Women in Their Traditional Costumes in the early 1900s

Mongolian Women in Their Traditional Costumes in the early 1900s

Mongolia | Khalka woman, wearing traditional married woman's headdress | Photographer unknown

Mongolia | Khalka woman, wearing traditional married woman's headdress | Photographer unknown

Bhutanese women wearing kiras

Bhutanese women wearing kiras