What are the types of traditional Chinese clothing Hanfu?

There are many common types of Chinese traditional costumes. Han costumes can be divided into Wei Jin Han costumes, Song Han costumes, Tang Han costumes, and Ming Han costumes according to the dynasties. According to the style of Han clothing, it can be divided into Ru skirt, jacket skirt, horse face skirt, chest length Ru skirt, half arm skirt, etc. The following details the characteristics of various Han costumes.

Wei Jin Han Costume

Women’s Jin system Hanfu system is still in accordance with the way of the Qin and Han dynasties, which is relatively loose on the whole. The clothes on the upper body of this type of Hanfu look relatively simple and simple, while the skirts on the lower body look more complicated and cumbersome. There are generally three types of tops worn by ordinary women, namely jackets, shirts, and Ru. The main feature of the top is that it is relatively loose, especially since the cuffs are wide and large, and the lower body is generally a skirt.

Han Costume Made in Song Dynasty

Most of the Hanfu Beizi made in the Song Dynasty had narrow sleeves, and they could end up either over the knee or under the knee. Pink and yellow belong to the warm color series. This combination gives people a gentle and petite feeling. With the embroidery of flower patterns, the warm girl comes like this.

The system of Hanfu such as Hanfu made in the Song Dynasty is mainly based on the old system in the Sui and Tang Dynasties. Compared with Tang-made Hanfu, the skirt of Song-made Hanfu will be narrower and more pleated. The top is generally a pair of fronts, mainly set over the skirt. On the whole, Hanfu in Song Dynasty is relatively simple and reserved.

Han-style clothes made in Tang Dynasty

The characteristics of Hanfu made in the Tang Dynasty are simple and elegant. After the middle Tang Dynasty, Hanfu made in Tang Dynasty gradually became more ornate. When the Hanfu made in Tang Dynasty stands upright, the fabric hangs down. The extra fabric on the left and right sides of the body can be wrapped around the middle like origami so that the two red frames overlap the middle frame.

Hanfu made in Tang Dynasty is mainly based on the Ru skirt, and its biggest feature is pretty. There are two main types of Hanfu made in the Tang Dynasty. The first type. In the early Tang Dynasty, most women wore short skirts. The main features of short skirts are that the sleeves of the top are small and narrow, and the lower body is matched with a tight length. The skirt is usually fixed with a ribbon.

Han Costume Made in Ming Dynasty

The Ming Dynasty made Han-style clothes with straight collars and facing shirts and jackets, but the knees are crossed, with horse face skirts. A cloak, also known as “You Bell” and “Lianpeng Cloth”, is a kind of coat to protect against wind and cold. The short one is called “Pei”, and the long one is called “cloak”.

Ru skirt

Ru skirt is one of the styles of Hanfu, that is, the upper Ru skirt and the lower skirt, and the right hem of the collar is crossed. As the main form of Hanfu, the details of Ru’s skirt have been changing. Some have a deep cross-collar to the armpit, the sleeve edge is very wide, the sleeve root is wider than the cuff, and there is a waistline, which is mostly considered to be a middle-shirt style. There are also shallow collars, the width of the sleeves and the cuffs are the same, straight sleeves, narrow sleeves, and waistlines, which are mostly considered to be outer skirts.

Hanfu paired skirt

Chinese Confucianism emphasizes neutrality and peace. The pair of fronts represents a symmetrical beauty, reflecting the elegance and dignified beauty of Chinese women!

horse face skirt

There are four skirt doors in the front and back of the horse face skirt, which overlap two by two. The skirts on both sides are pleated and the middle skirt door overlaps.

chest-length skirt

The chest-length Ru skirt is a style of the Ru skirt according to the position of the knot. Tie the skirt and lace above the chest, as the name suggests, “chest-level”. It originated in the Sui Dynasty and flourished in the Tang Dynasty. The skirt is draped and flowing, with a pair of plackets and a cross-collar, with the placket in the majority. The top of the chest-length skirt is mostly bundled inside the skirt.

cross-collar skirt

The cross-collar skirt is the most classic style of Hanfu. If Hanfu expresses the unity of man and nature, “Jiaoling” means “earth”, “earth” means “humanity”, that is, “square” and “positive”; while the sleeves are “round missing”, which means “round sky” “Tianyuan” in “place”, this kind of study of the circle of the sky and the place is a manifestation of ancient Chinese culture!

Han-style jacket and skirt

Coat: refers to the jacket with an interlayer or wrapped cloth. The jacket and skirt are worn outside the skirt, and the lower part is matched with the horse face skirt or pleated skirt.

Women’s Hanfu – Beizi

Hanfu Beizi began in the Sui Dynasty and became popular in the Song and Ming dynasties. In a common form of outerwear, the length of the coat is generally to the knee, the straight collar is on the front, and the sides are split. The women’s Bei has smooth and graceful lines, which makes the figure slender and graceful, which brings out the demure and gentle side of Han women.

Men’s Hanfu——Zhi Ju

A straight skirt and a straight hem mean that one should be generous and upright, and should be fair and just. The hem of the men’s Quju is wider to facilitate walking; the women’s is slightly tighter. Judging from the unearthed murals and figurines of the Warring States Period and the Han Dynasty, many women’s hemlines are in the style of “trumpet flowers”.

Women’s Hanfu – Qu Ju

The front and back of the clothes are bent and wound from bottom to top, making people look dignified and noble. Quju Hanfu is the most common type of clothing for women in the Han Dynasty, and it can also be worn by men. This kind of clothing is tight and narrow, long enough to be dragged on the ground, the hem is generally flared, and the line is not exposed; the sleeves are wide and narrow, and most of the cuffs are bordered; the collar part is very distinctive, usually with a cross-collar, and the neckline is very low so that the undershirt is exposed.

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