Nowadays, classical traditional culture has become popular, and people are getting more and more fond of Guofeng and Gufeng elements, and hanfu is a big hit, gradually evolving from a niche hobby into a popular style of dress.
With the increase of people who understand and love hanfu, the style of hanfu has also started to "update", and the majority of hanfu seen on the market now are improved styles that have undergone processing and fusion.
Are there any restored hanfu styles that are based on cultural relics or ancient paintings? Do they truly reflect the clothing styles of ancient people? In this article, we have compiled 4 restored hanfu styles, so let's take a look at the aesthetics of the ancient people!
01 Large Sleeve Ru of Wei, Jin and North and South Dynasties
This set of hanfu with narrow arms and large sleeves, based on the fragment of the ancient relic "Jin Yuan Ling Large Sleeve (锦缘绫大袖)" and the Northern Dynasty "Xie Wang Yi (撷網衣)" and stone murals, and the complete sleeve shape restored from the fragment was used as the prototype to create a unique sleeve shape with a narrow joint and a wide cuff.
This sleeve shape retains the elegant and dignified appearance of the large sleeves, while tightening the upper arms and making the body slim and thin. Together with the union bead pair magpie pattern at the collar and sleeve edge, the overall look is thin and delicate.
At the same time, eight pieces of splicing pleated skirt, can elongate the leg line, so that the proportion looks more perfect.
02 East Han Dynasty Zhiju Dress
This hanfu was created in accordance with the description of Zhiju in ancient texts, giving a dashing and suave feeling overall, which is extremely in line with the dressing pursuit of people in the Eastern Han Dynasty.
With its simple shape and sharp cut, it can be worn without any fancy embellishments to create a sense of off-duty elegance.
Its outer garment is a plain gauze Danyi (襌衣) with jacquard design, which has a fresh and light, unadorned Taoist-colored texture, and this light gauze garment can have a good floating nature with the swing of the body.
Its lining is paired with a curved-neck Zhongyi, with a neckline piled up at the neck that is very individual and highly designed. The red belt is loosely tied around the waist, adding to the sense of casualness of the floating and handsome, very ancient chivalrous woman.
03 Tang Dynasty Qixiong Shanqun
The shape of this hanfu is based on the restored fresco of "Donor portrait of Lady Wang from Taiyuan in worship", and its design style is exactly in accordance with the dressing style of people under the Tang Dynasty from the end of the Kaiyuan period to the Tianbao period, so its overall magnificent and colorful appearance reflects the open and open dressing culture of that time, and makes people look elegant and luxurious.
The print on the lower skirt is modeled of the Baoxiang Flower pattern in the algae well of Cave 103 of the Mogao Caves, and it echoes the gorgeous and elegant embroidery on the chest, both of which express the beautiful symbolism of wealth and good fortune, so that the beauty of both form and shape is available.
In addition to the embroidery print, the overall color scheme is also very elaborate: the red and blue color scheme is derived from the calamus red and bird blue in the famous Tang Dynasty painting "Court Ladies Preparing Newly Woven Silk", while the green and orange color scheme is consistent with the color of the terracotta figurines excavated in Astana.
Such a rich and colorful color scheme not only shows the confident and open beauty of people, but also reflects the social heritage of the prosperous Tang Dynasty.
04 Exotic style Tang Beizi
Tang Beizi and Po Qun incorporates elements of Hu clothing, so it always gives an exotic and unique feeling, but the overall floral pattern color scheme and other magnificence is reduced, and because its lower skirt is tied around the waist, it will look much thinner than Qixiong Shan.
This Tang Beizi set is made of silk fabric throughout the body, so it looks delicate and smooth, bright color, and the fabric texture is very advanced. The sleeve edges are sealed with satin, highlighting a touch of exotic colors while showing exquisite.
The round-neck shirt used as a base is thin, but comes with a dark pattern, so its thin and transparent feeling is not cheap, but hidden a low-key nobility. In addition, the lapel of the round-neck shirt uses transparent concealed buttons, taking into account both practicality and aesthetics, reflecting the wisdom of the ancients.
The inter-color skirt, uses the ancient method of splicing process, with a full sense of retro, and the red and yellow clashing skirt pieces, but also with a modern fashionable atmosphere. Together with the lacing that sways with the wind, the perfect look!
How high was the aesthetic level of the ancients? After seeing these restored hanfu styles, do you have a further understanding of how the ancients dressed? The design of the ancients was so exquisite, it is just as aesthetic in modern times!
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