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Chinese traditional costume,Chinese clothing was
heavily influenced by all the dynasties that ruled it. Han Chinese or Hanfu
clothing has the longest history of clothing worn. Hanfu’s clothing rules have
been strictly followed as a mark of respect for culture.

The basic design of ancient
Chinese Hanfu was largely developed during the Shang Dynasty. The Shang had two
basic styles – the Yi which was the coat worn on top and the Shang which was
the skirt worn under it. Buttons on all ancient Chinese clothes have been
replaced by a Sash. The clothes were in warm colors. The Zhou Dynasty in
western China has varied in the sleeves being narrow as well as wide. The
length of the skirt varies from knee length to ankle and the different sizes
and styles have created a distinction between the people who wore them. The chinese traditional
costume,chinese clothing used minimal seams on the garment and
the use of embroidery and silk belts to design the dresses.

Another popular Chinese clothing is the Qipao.

QI PAO history In the mid seventeenth century in North China, Nurhachi, set up the Eight .Pennant System. Later he drove his troops into Beijing and ousted the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). After years, a collarless tube-molded outfit was all around created, which was worn by the two sexual orientations. This is the early form of the Qipao. It ended up noticeably sort of prevalent among the illustrious royal residence of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) to demonstrate the Manchu honor ability. The greater part of them was made of silk, and weaved, with thick bands trimmed at the neckline, sleeves and edges. The dress rulers of past traditions wore them. Their style of dress was noted as the most elevated of models for Chinese women for a few thousand years. In the same way as other designs, the magnificence of Qipao stands far from others. Staggering is one of its highlights from the neckline, circle, chest, abdomen what’s more, hips to the lower fix.

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