Are you still troubled by gifts? In general, Chinese traditional dress is a wise choice. You can send them to your friends or loved ones on a trip to China. Here are 3 styles of traditional Chinese dress.
1. Qipao / Cheongsam
Qipao consisting of a form-fitting bodice and high collar is a familiar style of traditional dress. As its elegant and long cherished design, qipao is a long-established symbol of Chinese fashion. The vast majority of qipao is made of silk. Wearing qipao is possible to make a real statement.
Qipao has lots of styles, depending on the material, design of the collar, and the length. Many local tailor shops in the major cities of China are willing to customize the outfit to match the preferred look and style. And, most people prefer the English-speaking tailors with the clothing market in places like Shanghai or Beijing.
The Hanfu, a historical style of dress, has been very prominent throughout the years in china. There is also a version for men, although this outfit is mostly seen on women. Hanfu is quite distinct for its sleeves billow out and silk cuffs. Hanfu can reach just above the knees with matching skirt or trousers worn underneath. If you are wearing Hanfu, you can also match it with simple headpiece for women and a hat for men.
The Hanfu has changed a lot over time. Other styles of this traditional dress include the Shenyi which is quite similar in design. Sewing the skirt and tunic together creates a single one-piece outfit. Changpao is another style. It is another one-piece outfit with a dress that is full length.
3. Silk Robes
Silk robe is simple, classic and traditional. Silk robe gives a very comfortable and light piece of clothing. Silk rob has different size, color,
The look and style of the robe can vary with short or long sleeves, and multiple colors (shades of blue and red are most popular). And most robes are embroidered with a floral or similar motif.
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