When it comes to winter, everyone’s choice of clothing color scheme may focus on black, white and gray, or darker colors that are grayish. But in traditional hanfu winter wear, you can be as imaginative as you want, whether it’s the color scheme or the pattern design. Take a look at these three winter hanfu wearing styling and let them inspire your winter hanfu matching!
Generally speaking, wearing clothes with lower color purity will highlight the merits of the features, the first set using lotus root pink color scheme, breaking the gray winter a touch of mild bright color.
The pattern is inspired by the Ming dynasty Shu brocade pattern – diamond lattice flower group pattern brocade, meaning auspicious and reunion.
The Duan Ao with a standing collar generally makes the wearer long and slender, highlighting the beauty of the body. The fabric is made of high-grade double-sided tweed fabric, warm and comfortable, girlish.
Baidie skirt using silk embroidery thread, embroidered all over the skirt, the thread quality is soft, excellent luster, the surface is silky smooth. The planets with the track and snowflakes intertwined play, winter atmosphere is also warm and harmonious.
The embroidery of the sleeve edge spliced with fluffy rabbit fur, both visually and practically to achieve a warm effect.
The second set uses a combination of maple red and dark green, with rich colors, breaking the rule of winter plain colors. The rich maple red with the understated luxury of dark green, while the tone is rich and not too eye-catching, in winter wear very bright personal temperament.
The pattern is inspired by the Ming dynasty Shu brocade pattern – Prince Sheep brocade, a symbol of good luck and good intentions.
The square collar design has been a hit in recent years, and the top with Buzi also shows off the proportion of the body and instantly gets rid of the heavy feeling of winter. The plum blossom pattern is chosen for the Zimu Kou, which is made of antique copper-gold.
The front and back of the Buzi has a large flower and bird embroidery on both sides, which is dynamic and realistic, and the stitching is delicate and dense, which has a deep meaning and explains the craftsmanship from the delicate details. The dark pattern of cherry blossoms adds a girlish touch to the nobility.
Mamian Qun using rich and elegant dark green, fine work and heavy material, heavy texture, while more able to highlight the natural nobility.
The third set of blue and white gradient collocation, Mamian Qun selection of light blue, Yunjian is color collocation. The whole set of colors is like the dreamy and hazy falling snow in winter, clean and colorful in the sky, falling into the earth and stirring up the quiet sound of water. It is a very dreamy and fantastical winter hanfu.
It is inspired by the classic Shu brocade pattern, Ba Da Yun brocade, which means everything will go smoothly and good luck.
In fact, the standing collar Da Xiu Shan is a kind of formal dress in hanfu, but it is also a versatile style that is perfect for recreation.
Mamian Qun uses the wonderful elements of Alice in Wonderland, and the skirt is embellished with playing cards for a more three-dimensional look. The pattern incorporates scenes from Alice in Wonderland, with the splendor of the East complementing the fantasy of the West.
Yunjian‘s pattern is embroidered with more than 350,000 stitches, and the stitches show the best craftsmanship, with mushrooms, playing cards, rabbits, clocks and other fantastic elements coming to life.
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