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China Traditional Clothes, Find details about Traditional Chinese Clothes, Traditional Clothes from Traditional Clothes - Beijing Youyicun Nation Culture Products Co.

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Traditional ancient chinese knight clothing for men ancient to modern Chinese costumes and exotic fashion. Hanfu and qipao dresses for cosplay.

Dress (qipao/cheongsam)  1932  China    The modern qipao (or cheongsam in Cantonese) was developed in Shanghai in the mid-1920s. The modern qipao, in contrast to the original loose-fitting qipao, was much more fitted and revealing. It was popularized by wealthy socialites in Shanghai in the 1920s and it is still a popular garment for formal occasions

Dress (qipao/cheongsam) 1932 China The modern qipao (or cheongsam in Cantonese) was developed in Shanghai in the The modern qipao, in contrast to the original loose-fitting qipao, was much more fitted and revealing. It was popularized by we

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This pin shows Chinese couture. Many Asian countries have used the traditional Chinese fashion styles as inspiration for their own fashion. Today, Chinese couture uses both traditional and modern ideas.

Shanghai style Qipao incorporating modern Western elements such as bare-back and mermaid flare...

Love this color - Shanghai style Qipao incorporating modern Western elements such as bare-back and mermaid flare.

beautiful modern twist cheongsam

ancient to modern Chinese costumes and exotic fashion. Hanfu and qipao dresses for cosplay.

Modern full length qipao                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The basic dress/coat/top, except that diagonal closure should be higher, ending just beneath the armpit. It's fastened maybe thrice up to that point, then open all the rest of the way (but with closures down the whole length), exposing torso.

Free pattern at http://diyfashion.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/XJ&zTi=1&sdn=diyfashion&cdn=style&tm=63&f=00&su=p284.9.336.ip_p504.3.336.ip_&tt=3&bt=0&bts=0&zu=http%3A//m-sewing.com/patterns-catalog/women/dresses/asian-dress.html

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