The emphasis on women's clothing and its patterns illustrates feminine identities in modern Iranian society. The absence of head and feet is expressive of a continuing perception of the female gender as a second, inferior sex. As a result, any effort to illustrate female identity individually cannot rely on looking directly at her facial expressions and is only possible indirectly, by studying a figure's gestures.
The presence of traditional Iranian tiles on clothing demonstrates the inescapable provenance of a modern woman's cultural background as she prepares to move forward.
The pregnant woman illustrates a stage of female life in which the body itself becomes an obvious expression of her identity.