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Currently, the majority of Iranian women who wear the chador use the black version outside and reserve light-colored chadors for indoor use.

The veil marked class status, and this dress code was regulated by sumptuary laws.

According to Mir-Hosseini as cited by El Guindi, "the police were arresting women who wore the veil and forcibly removing it".

The chador has no hand openings, or any buttons, clasps, etc., but rather it is held closed by her hands or tucked under the wearer's arms.

Before the 1978–79 Iranian Revolution, black chadors were reserved for funerals and periods of mourning.

Light, printed fabrics were the norm for everyday wear.

However, she continues, "this move was welcomed by Westernized and upperclass men and women, who saw it in liberal terms as a first step in granting women their rights".

Eventually rules of dress code were relaxed, and after Reza Shah's abdication in 1941 the compulsory element in the policy of unveiling was abandoned, though the policy remained intact throughout the Pahlavi era.

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