Understanding the folding style of a fold-thrust belt is crucial to understand the nature and structural history of structures that may trap natural resources within the belt. In this research, the geometry and mechanism of a number of fault-related folds has been investigated based on field data and satellite image interpretations. The main study areas are: the Sohrevard and Ushtaniyan anticlines, Bahman and Halab synclines, and Gharahdagh, Halab, and Gheydar thrust faults, which have a NW-SE direction. These thrust faults control the morphology and structural framework of the Halab-Gheydar area. Geomorphic features of the folds suggest that they are fault-related folds. The structural style of the faults and associated folds indicate that these faults were reactivated during the Alborz deformation event.