Hanfu style: Duijin Ruqun

Hanfu style: Duijin Ruqun

The Ru skirt is a traditional costume of the Han people in ancient China, and the double-breasted Ru skirt is a type of Ru skirt. It has a straight collar and a symmetrical skirt, so it is called a double-breasted Ru skirt.

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Compared with other clothing shapes, the underskirt has an obvious feature: the top is short and the bottom skirt is long. The upper and lower proportions reflect the requirements of the golden section and have rich aesthetic connotations. They have a common feature: flat cutting, multiple edges, and ribbons; the changes in the upper jacket are mainly in the shape of the collar and placket, and the upper skirt is as long as the shoe upper. Generally speaking, if the dress is short, the skirt will be long, and if the dress is short, it will reach the waist, and if the skirt is long, it will be below the ankle bone; if the dress is long, the skirt will be wide, and when the dress is long, it will be from the hip to below the knee, and the skirt will reveal only a few inches, so the skirt does not need to show any features. It is taboo for the upper and lower skirts to be equally divided, as it will look dull and lack variety.

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Dressing customs

Ru: A short top, usually no longer than the knee.

Sleeves: The sleeves of a jacket are generally longer and narrower.

Dual-breasted: It is often paired with lace or a tube top.

Belt: Made of silk or leather, it plays a fixed role.

Palace ribbon: It is made of ribbons, usually tied with several loops in the middle, and then drooped to the ground. Some even string a jade pendant in the middle to hold down the skirt to prevent it from unraveling and affecting the appearance.

Skirt: From six to twelve pieces, available in various colors and styles.

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