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TRANG PHỤC PHỤ NỮ TRUNG HOA QUA MỘT SỐ THỜI ĐẠI

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TRANG PHỤC PHỤ NỮ TRUNG HOA QUA MỘT SỐ THỜI ĐẠI
(HANFU)
NHÀ HÁN
(HAN DYNASTY)
TAM QUỐC
(THREE KINGDOMS)
NHÀ TẤN
(JIN DYNASTY)
NAM - BẮC TRIỀU
(SOUTHERN - NORTHERN DYNASTY)
NHÀ TÙY
(SUI DYNASTY)
NHÀ ĐƯỜNG
(TANG DYNASTY)
NHÀ TỐNG
(SONG DYNASTY)
NHÀ NGUYÊN
(YUAN DYNASTY)
NHÀ MINH
(MING DYNASTY)
NHÀ THANH
(QING DYNASTY)
Công chúa Quán Đào trong "Mỹ nhân tâm kế"
• Không có sử dụng cúc áo trong Hán phục. Ngoài ra, nhiều dây ngắn được kèm theo bên cạnh và người ta phải thắt nơ để cột chặt quần áo. Các nơ phải luôn được thắt ở phía bên phải, là phía dương theo như Đạo giáo. Thắt ở bên trái, hay phía âm, ngụ ý rằng bạn bè hoặc thành viên trong gia đình của một ai đó vừa mới qua đời.
Các nhân vật trong “Mỹ nhân tâm kế”, lấy bối cảnh thời Tây Hán
• Việc dùng những dây ngắn và nơ này tạo cho Hán phục có cảm giác rất thoải mái khi mặc vì nó có thể được điều chỉnh theo thân thể của mỗi người. Bởi vậy, Hán phục không được may vừa vặn như là quần áo hiện đại. Thay vào đó, mẫu quần áo thể hiện trên vóc dáng người mặc.
Ancient Chinese Han Dynasty Red Wedding Dress
Han Dynastie, Historical Recontruction
Dương Mịch trong vai Vương Chiêu Quân
Admonitions of the Instructress to the Court Ladies (Tam Quốc)
Phụ nữ thời Bắc Ngụy (Bắc triều)
"On the whole, the costumes of the Wei and Jin period still followed the patterns of Qin and Han.[...] women’s costumes in the period of Wei and Jin were generally large and loose." (5,000 years of Chinese Costume)
Northern Qi Dynasty
Outfit for women in the end of Han Dynasty and the era of the Three Kingdoms
Outfit for royal maids in the Southern Dynasties
Lin Chiling as Xiao Qiao (Red Cliff)
Zhao Wei as Sun Shangxiang (Red Cliff)
“During the period of the Sui and early Tang, a short jacket with tight sleeves was worn in conjunction with a tight long skirt whose waist was fastened almost to the armpits with a silk ribbon
Late Sui or Early Tang Dynasty Painting of Female Musicians and Servants
“Women of the Tang Dynasty paid particular attention to facial appearance. [...] In the years of Tianbao during Emperor Xuanzong’s reign, women used to wear men’s costumes. This was not only a fashion among commoners, but also for a time it spread to the imperial court and became customary for women of high birth.” (5,000 years of Chinese Costume)
Wu Zetian, China's only female Emperess
“Women’s upper garments consisted mainly of coat, blouse, loose-sleeved dress, over-dress, short-sleeved jacket and vest. The lower garment was mostly a skirt.”
“Women in the Song Dynasty seldom wore boots, since binding the feet had become fashionable.”
Song dynasty hanfu style
Painted by the Song Dynasty artist Qian Xuan
“Han women continued to wear the jacket and skirt. However, the choice of darker shades and buttoning on the left showed Mongolian influence.” (5,000 years of Chinese Costume)
Empress Ki - the last Empress of Yuan Dyansty
“The clothing for women in the Ming Dynasty consisted mainly of gowns, coats, rosy capes, over-dresses with or without sleeves, and skirts. These styles were imitations of ones first seen in the Tang and Song Dynasties. However, the openings were on the right-hand side, according to the Han Dynasty convention.” (5,000 years of Chinese Costume)
Court Lady Enjoying the Cool Anonymous, Yuan Dynasty (1279-1644) Ink and color on silk.
When China fell under Manchurian rule, Chinese men were forced to adopt Manchurian customs. As a sign of submission, the new government made a decree that men must shave their head and wear the Manchurian queue or lose their heads. Many choose the latter.
Lưu Đào trong phim “Kiến Đảng vĩ nghiệp” – vai phi tần vua Quang Tự
Vị Trắc phúc tấn trong "Bộ bộ kinh tâm" và hàng thật :”>
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