The traditional Chinese New Year is coming up soon, are you ready new hanfu outfits to celebrate this festive occasion? Let's see what Chinese New Year hanfu styles Chonghui Hantang has prepared for you!
This style is inspired by Wugu Fengdeng (五谷丰登, a bumper grain harvest), with a wheat grain pattern on the upper part. The lower skirt has a bumper grain lantern pattern.
The embroidered lotus flower and Yingluo (璎珞) pattern are all over the dress, symbolizing transcendence. The Yingluo pattern also signifies luxury and good fortune, and the placket is embellished with red buttons. Overall has a very strong Tang style atmosphere.
The gold woven horse face skirt, in which is a small rabbit frolicking in the flowers, golden silk threads shining in the sunlight like a dream.
The collar edge and sleeve edge are mandala patterns, and the pattern of Beizi is from Cave 197 of the Mogao Caves in the Middle Tang Dynasty. The lower skirt has a flower and butterfly pattern, creating the same mysterious feeling as the Dunhuang portrait figures.
This style is inspired by "A Deer of Nine Colors". Square collar with woolen strips, warm and comfortable, the overall fabric is strong and shapely, bright colors, fresh light green and beige color, and also great match with other colors of hanfu.
The straight collar coat with a large lapel is printed with a dark pattern of copper coins, and the theme pattern of the coat and the modified horse face skirt are both 'Nian' beast in Chinese mythology, which symbolize festivity and joy, and also have a strong atmosphere of New Year.
Sun Wukong is embroidered on the shoulders and hem of the dress, and is complemented by a fire pattern embroidered with clouds, representing wit and bravery, and the belt is beautifully embroidered at both ends.
The new year is coming, may the New Year bring you luck and peace, all your wishes and dreams come true.