Afghanistan introduces new dress code for women

bright clothing guidelines

The Taliban regime in Afghanistan has announced a new dress code for women, which they claim is more liberal and fashionable than the previous one.

According to the new rules, women are allowed to wear any kind of clothing they want, as long as it is bright, colorful, and flashy. The clothing guidelines also apply to shoes, accessories, and makeup.

The Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that the new clothing guidelines are a sign of the regime’s progress and modernity, and that they respect the beauty and diversity of women.

He stressed that these guidelines will also help women to stand out and be noticed in society, and to express their personality and individuality.

Mujahid added that the new dress code is mandatory, and that women who fail to comply will face severe punishments, such as lashes, fines, or imprisonment.

The clothing guidelines have been met with shock and disbelief by some Afghan women and the international community. Some have called it a cruel joke and a humiliation, while others have feared for the safety and dignity of women.

The clothing guidelines have been enforced by the Taliban’s morality police. They have been patrolling the streets and markets, inspecting women’s outfits, and confiscating and burning any clothing that they deem dull, dark, or inappropriate.