Some Insights on Hanfu

Some Insights on Hanfu Hanfu is the traditional clothing of the Han nationality. It is worn in daily life and is equivalent to the clothing worn by modern people. 1. Qujing robe Mainly popular in the Chu and Han Dynasties, it is a kind of deep clothing. The back piece of the skirt is lengthened, and the lengthened skirt forms a triangle. Curved trains are divided into single winding, double winding and triple winding based on the number of lapels. According to the length of the clothes, they are divided into long and short trains. Usually there is a girdle around the waist and a long belt tied with a knot.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 1   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 2 2. Straight-skirted robe A kind of deep clothing, which appeared as early as the Western Han Dynasty, but it cannot be used as a formal dress. After the Eastern Han Dynasty, the straight train gradually replaced the curved train and became popular and popular. There are long straight trains, short straight trains, fishtail straight trains and other styles.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 3 3.chest-length underskirt It is the name of a unique women's underskirt during the Sui, Tang and Five Dynasties periods. Generally speaking, there are two types, one is the chest-length undershirt with a lapel and a cross-collar, and the other is a chest-length undershirt with cross-collar. Generally speaking, the use of the chest-length undershirt is wider.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 4 4. Big-sleeved shirt Usually worn with a chest-length underskirt, the material is light and thin, with wide sleeves, no side slits, a wide hem, floor length, and shoulders that are not closed or gathered together.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 5   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 6 5. Flat collar skirt Bare collar, also known as U collar, is a short coat developed from Shangru since the Wei and Jin Dynasties.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 7   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 8 6. Waist-length underskirt It is a type of underskirt with the skirt waist level with the waist. The upper skirt of the waist-length skirt can have a cross collar or a straight collar. Compared with high-waisted skirts, waist-length skirts are more common. According to the upper layer of the skirt, it can be divided into waist-length skirts with cross-collar collars and waist-length skirts with double-breasted skirts.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 9   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 10 7. 褙子 Popular in the Song Dynasty. This style is usually worn with a long skirt, and a bra, bra, or jacket underneath. They usually have narrow sleeves, slits and slits on both sides, and a tie on the chest. They can be either long or short.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 11   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 12 8.Coat skirt Popular in the Song and Ming Dynasties, the coat is a lined or sandwiched top, and the shirt is a single garment. The top coat comes in different lengths, with stand-up collars and cross-collars. The top sleeves are sealed, with pipa sleeves, narrow sleeves, etc., and the lower skirt is a pleated skirt. Or the horse-face skirt, a typical top and bottom skirt, a simple dress.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 13   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 14 9. Round neck robe The round neck is also called the group collar, which is actually a collarless collar. The collar is round in shape, covered with hard lining, and has buttons on the collar. A round collar robe is a robe with a round collar and narrow sleeves.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 15   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 16 10. Big cloak Also known as cloak, crane cloak. It is only worn by men. It has big sleeves, no slits, and the front is not closed. It can be worn with or without ties. It is generally only worn as casual clothes.   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 17   Some Insights on Hanfu - Image 18