Today's One Shot is an intriguing look at a now vanished culture. The Ottoman Empire, by the 19th century, was gasping its last after having existed from 1299 AD, expanding to enormous power and influence over the next 500 years, and beginning its decline in the later18th century. It finally expired totally in 1922, when the Sultanate was abolished on November first of that year.
Like in most cultures, the bride was presented as a valuable commodity, so no expense was too much to enhance her desirability. Displaying in a concrete form, the wealth being brought to the union, was of great importance. Consequently, this outfit, with its multiple pounds of exquisitely wrought silver decoration would have communicated exactly what the groom's family most wanted to see. Wealth.
So take a good long look at the details of this extraordinary thing.