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.
This article is based on the artifacts of Jiaoling Aoqun, so that you can quickly understand the correct Ming Dynasty Aoqun top shape for your next hanfu purchase as well as hanfu making.
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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thanks for the article👍👍
I've only heard that the sleeves are usually at whole arm-length... My life is a lie...
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