HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night… among it comes with many accessories with associated customs and traditionalism..
The sweet heart Purse – The purse, also known as “matching bag”, is hung on the left and right sides of the clothing belt and used in pairs. The styles include round waist, sweetheart and ingots. The patterns on the purse are rich in content and varied. Among them, there is a kind of ornamentation that usually contains millet, bees and lamps, which means “five grains” and is often worn during the Shangyuan Festival. Today is 第40个世界美食日 , we might as well borrow the “colour tou” of the first Yuan season, and wish the world good harvests and peace on earth…. Shangyuan Festival is also known as in the early days, the Lantern Festival was also called Shang Yuan (上元). It was dedicated to the heavenly palace (天宫 / tiān gōng). People would gather in their yards and give offerings to the gods. The lit lantern near the setup represented a god’s seat.
Throughout history, countless variations of lanterns have been created. They can be small globes that fit in your palm, or as large as a parade float. People make lanterns in symbolic designs as well.
Among with the many Han Dynasty Chinese clothing accessories with associated customs and traditionalism.. In ancient times, when a woman had a sweetheart, she always gave a purse to show her affection, but the purse was originally used by men to hold fragrances herbs spices perfume scent leaves or intentional Chinese romantic aromatic written notes that helps in ever so constant reminding of her or him…….. In which they beautifully hand embroidery fashioned with specifics charms that represent good luck, romantic aromatic messages that represents from the attendant towards the indent love… in which are occasionally worn on the belt waist belt side of the woman’s or men’s attire in which comes on Chinese Valentine’s Day is just around the corner …………. Also known as the Qixi Festival or the Qiqiao Festival, this holiday is based on a romantic legend about a weaver girl and an ox herd. Each year, it falls on the seventh day of the seventh month of the lunar calendar; this year it’s celebrated on August 25. ..