As one of the most popular styles of hanfu, Ming Dynasty Aoqun has a rich variety of styles and styles, and the Jiaoling Aoqun is one of the most common styles.
Image quoted from hanfu making hobbyist @Sue簌簌.
1.1 Youren (右衽, the left lapel covers the right lapel).
1.2 A single layer is a Shan (衫) and a double layer is a Ao (袄).
1.3 Cutting method: with center seam and no shoulder seam.
3.1 Aoqun top can have a variety of sleeve shapes.
3.2 Pipa sleeves are wide, not narrow.
3.3 The benchmark through-arm length of Pipa sleeves is nearly two meters.
3.4 The sleeve root should not be too narrow.
3.5 The sleeve is divided into a section or two sections connected.
3.6 Sleeve pleats often accompany the existence of the sleeve edge.
4 Garment body
4.1 The underarms should be curved.
4.2 It is right with or without shoulder pleats.
4.3 The waist should not be purposely tightened.
4.4 There is a proportional relationship between the width of the waist and the width of the hem; the hem should be curved.
5.1 There should be slits at the side.
5.2 Location of lacing.
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