Hanfu style is becoming increasingly more popular. Among the Hanfu styles, you can see some of them are excellent and graceful. It is said that the shape of one’s face and body can be inferred from wearing Hanfu, because of the relationship between body shape and Hanfu design. This article will introduce you to what the differences are among various body shapes and how to choose a Hanfu/Han element clothing that matches your body type.
Different Body Type Dressing Method
The hourglass figure is characterized by an abundant chest, thin waist, wide hips, and full thighs, which is a figure with graceful lines. The hourglass shape is also called the X shape or S shape.
Comparatively speaking, the Qi waist Hanfu is more suitable. In addition, it is also very suitable for the Han element clothing with waist contraction, and with silk, satin, and other materials, you can highlight your femininity~
The body is round, the chest, abdomen, buttocks are plump, and the legs are slender. Even though the apple-shaped body is not high in weight, it is easy to look bloated, especially the upper body.
If you choose Han element clothing, you can wear a high waist skirt that can show thin arms and legs; for top, you can choose V-neck / round neck to lengthen the neckline.
The H-shaped body is relatively thin as a whole, and the whole body is linear.
Type H is more suitable for Qi waist Hanfu, Ao skirt, etc. it makes use of the line of clothes to make the figure have a curve. About Han element clothing, you can choose to emphasize waistline, curvy style.
The pear shape is characterized by a narrower shoulder than hip, a thinner upper body, and fuller legs, abdomen, waist, and hips.
You can choose embroidery, patterns, and other delicate, complex light-colored tops to attract attention, while the lower part of the body can choose a dark and simple skirt. Qixiong skirt and Ming-style Ao skirt is suitable. You can choose the Han element top, with a long coat, so it looks slim.
The body is wide at the top and narrow at the bottom, like an inverted triangle. The shoulders are wide, the chest is full, and the hips and legs are thin.
Note that the fabric should avoid the enlarged material, which will make the shoulder wider.
When wearing Chinese Han element clothing, it is necessary to avoid the off-shoulder and boat collar styles. The shoulders of the top should be as simple as possible, and the lower garments should be more decorative and designed.
I hope everyone can choose the most suitable style of Hanfu.
This is an important guide to have. Wish there were more models to compare with.