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Since coming to political power in the 1979 Islamic Rvolution, the Iranian clergy has emphasised the traditional family role of women and enforced restrictions on how they dress and behave. In public all females are expected to cover their heir and wear a dress that covers the body. Only the face, toes and hands are allowed to be seen. the chador is worn by a large number of women in Iran. The colour of the chador is not important, but most women choose black ones.