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Chinese traditional clothes

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Jaana Pelkonen

on 12 November 2013

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Transcript of Chinese traditional clothes

Traditional dress of Han Chinese People
Can be sourced to Shang Dynast(c.1600 BC – 1000 BC) or even earlier

Chinese jacket that originated at the end of the Qing Dynasty (1644–-1911)
Evolved from the Changshan Magua (长衫马褂), a Manchurian piece of clothing, which the Han Chinese were forced to wear it during the Qing Dynasty
Chinese traditional clothes
Shang dynasty
1700 bc-1027bc
Qin dynasty

Han Dynasty

Tang Dynasty

Qing Dynasty
was created in the 1920s in Shanghai and was made fashionable by socialites and upper class women.
The cheongsam is a body-hugging one-piece Chinese dress for women; the male version is called Changshan Maga

Mao suit(中山装)
The modern Chinese tunic suit is a style of male attire traditionally known in China as the Zhongshan suit 
Traditional wedding dress
Wedding dresses in china are traditionally red symboling luck and auspiciouness

The Miao dress
The Miao is an ethnic group living in Guizhou
A typical Miao minority dress is woven using 5 different colours in their clothing: black, white, yellow, red and blue. They also lover silver for head decorations, big silver necklaces, silver patter on the clothes.

Classic cheongsam
Modern style cheongsam
Traditional wedding dress
Modern wedding dress
Modern tangzhuan
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