零青子 Hanfu – Han Dynasty Clothing blogger –Vlogger based in historical modern richness of two thousand and four hundred year old ultra megapolis ancient – postmodern Chengdu city Sichuan province of China – People’s Republic of China. She is one of many leading fashion blogger-Vlogger fashionably trending setting vlogs of how to wear of her collection of sort after Chinese –Han Dynasty Clothing of Hanfu- Han ethnic Traditional clothing in which dressing traditional from various dynasties to its postmodern twentieth first century trending setting ….
零青子 shows how to wear a Han Traditional Ming Dynasty era Wedding Dress without the crown in which is similar to the an female Ming Dynasty official or towards the Empress wears most luxurious wedding dress is called Dashan Xiapei (大衫霞帔) in which when a Commoner Woman gets married she can enjoy the honour of wearing the phoenix crown and Xiapei
First is how to wear the Horse-face skirt, also known as “horse-face pleated skirt” is a Swirl Skirt variant, is one of the main skirt styles of ancient Chinese Han women. There are four skirt doors inside and outside, overlapping in two. The outer skirt door is decorated, and the inner skirt door is decorated with little or no decoration. For decoration, the side of the horse-faced skirt is tucked up, and the waist of the skirt is mostly white cloth, which means white head and old age, and it is fixed with rope or button…..
The horse-main skirt is the most typical style of Han women’s dress during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Its style has undergone a series of changes from the freshness and elegance of the Ming Dynasty to the magnificence and wealth of the Qing Dynasty to the beauty and simplicity of the People’s Republic of China, but its “horse-faced” structure has always been deeply ingrained….,
During the Ming Dynasty Most women wore three collars with narrow sleeves during this dynasty. This is what made up their upper clothing most of the time. Pleated skirts were also popularized in this period and made clothing more graceful for women. Light colours became very popular during the start of the Ming Dynasty. Embroidered capes also became part of the ensemble for women’s clothing. It was worn over the shoulders which were called “Rosy Cloud Cape” due to its rosy and cloud-like shape.
How to wear a Ming Dynasty urban wear every day wear clothing on for a every day wear first apply the undergarment in which is the Short front Button Cami with the undergarment skirt/ long bloomers with soft silk Swirl Skirt in very simple pastel colours fabrics with fun Printed playfully keeping warm and cool throughout the seasons then apply wearing the Sheer Fabric Shirt 竖领对襟纱衫in which it has a Standing Collar with opening shirt with Sheerness Standing collar . 披風 Pi Feng The sheerness is general worn at private areas at Home in which the sheerness is informal wear.. However there’s a heavier moderate for formal wear for urban wear.
HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing – Han Traditional 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…
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