Beautiful and Amazing Ancient Chinese Clothing

Let’s first feel the beauty of ancient Chinese classical clothing.

Such beautiful and amazing ancient Chinese costume, you must be worth Chinese Han clothing (also called Hanfu) is not only the traditional national clothing inherited from China for thousands of years, but also the most embodiment of Han characteristics.

As Chinese culture spreads more and more widely in the world, Chinese Han clothing is also known and loved by more people. Try to wear these super classical vintage Chinese Han clothing, you’ll be the most attractive one. Or give your girlfriend such a beautiful ancient Chinese costume as a gift, they will like it!

First of all, let’s take a look at the beauty of Chinese vintage clothing, how beautiful the Chinese actress Liu Yifei is, she dresses in a white ancient Chinese dress, many Chinese netizens compare her to a fairy on earth.

Liu Yifei Chinese Ancient costume
liu yifei Chinese costume

So how do you become such a classical Chinese beauty? After careful study, it is not difficult to find that the most important is clothing and hairstyle. What we are going to talk about today is clothing.

What are the characteristics of a classic set of ancient Chinese costumes? There are common characteristics of many sets of Chinese classical beauty costumes, you can compare the following pictures of Liu Yifei to find them.

  1. The most obvious and important point is the long skirt, and usually covers their shoes;
  2. Loose clothes, must be equipped with a wide belt;
  3. Wide cuff;
  4. Usually brightly colored or made up of layers of tulle.
yifei liu ancient China clothing

Now, we choose some representative Chinese classical Han clothing for you.

1. Peachi Ancient Chinese Costume

This set of dress include blouse, skirt, skirt tied at the bust, there is also a long belt, you can see how it works, which makes the whole dress more elegant. This overall color is more light ad elegant, and its multi-layer tulle coupled with elegant long belt, it is more closer to Liu Yifei’s fairy dress than others.

2. Ez-sofei Ancient Hanfu Chinese Costume

This is a typical dress of the Han Dynasty in ancient China. It contains the four features I mentioned above. Long dress, a matching wide belt, wide cuff and dark color. The design and color of this set are more formal, usually worn by ancient official families on formal occasions.

3. Ez-sofei Ancient Chinese Daily Clothing

The design of this set is similar to the previous one, but this color is brighter. This suit is closer to the daily clothes of ancient Chinese women. After careful study, it is not difficult to find that this suit has another feature, and it is also a very important feature of most Chinese Hanfu clothes. The collar on the left and right sides of the suit is very wide and they overlaps with each other.

4. Springcos Ancient Chinese Women Court Clothing

This is an ancient Chinese court dress, what makes this dress special is that its fine embroidered patterns, usually phoenix and peony flowers, they are made of red or golden silk fabrics, as these two colores are symbols of nobility in ancient China. So they were owned by queens or king’s concubines. They are worn when big banquets, outings or important occasions to represent their owner’s unique status.

5. Ez-sofei Ancient Chinese Women’s Dancing Costume

This is the dress of ancient Chinese dancers, its bright red coat, white skirt, 6 meters of skirt pendulum, very suitable for dancing. In ancient China, the court often held multiplayer group dance. The dancers turn their elegant bodies, and the 6-meter skirt will float like bright red flowers.

The clothing of the ancient Han Dynasty influenced the clothing culture of China for more than a thousand years, which printed the deep cultural imprint of the Chinese nation. In fact, ancient Chinese clothing is combined with more classical elements of China, and you can feel some from the above video, and we’ll talk about Chinese elements later.

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