Compared to the more complicated and dignified styles of Hanfu suits, the style of Han element suits is much simpler. For many people who are new to Hanfu, Han elements are a very good choice. Han element set that can make us feel the classical style of Hanfu and also be easy to wear in daily life.
We would like to recommend six sets of Han element suits for daily wear, which we hope helpful for you.
Black & White Checkered Jin-style Set
This black and white checkered Jin-Ru (晋襦) with black striped skirt is based on the Jin Dynasty Han clothing system, using simple lines to highlight the outline of the Wei-Jin clothing, without unnecessary decorations and colors, and the large black collar and skirt make the overall style stand out, showing the modernism of urban Han clothing. The black color itself is skinny, and with the narrow blouse and sleeves, it makes the figure look slimmer.
Airplane Sleeves Song-style Set
The design is based on the Song-style Hanfu costume, with a black cross-array for the airplane sleeves shirt, a full sequin for the Moxiong (抹胸), and hand-sewn cross-array decoration on the black skirt pleats. It has a wider bust and sleeve roots, but the cuffs are narrower, making it more convenient for office workers. It’s longer in length, suitable for spring and fall outerwear, and is made of a smooth and comfortable texture fabric, in black and white, versatile and airy. Let the romance of traditional dress still exist in the modern city.
Han Element Mamian skirt
The Mamian skirt is a very popular style for many girls, but most Mamian skirts are more elegant and dignified. If you want to incorporate it into your daily life, you can choose a short, modified Mamian skirt, which is lighter to wear.
The top half of the suit is also a modified open collar shirt, but the collar is much lowered to fit most people. The buttons on the shirt are also pearl style, which makes the shirt more elegant and we can use it with a variety of vintage and elegant skirts.
Short Beizi Song-style Set
This set consists of an inner Moxiong, outer narrow-sleeved Beizi, and a two-piece skirt. The design is based on the pattern of excavated relics. The Beizi is made of jacquard dark patterned fabric, which is soft, skin-friendly, and has a good texture. The length of the skirt is less than one meter, which is just at the belly position and a little wide to ensure that walking is not affected. The orange and yellow colors can be mixed and matched casually, but with a pair of high heels, they are also suitable for office workers or daily wear.
Long Beizi Phoenix Set
This look consists of black Beizi on a purple rim with a white phoenix pattern embroidered on the sleeves, and a light purple camisole with a phoenix pattern printed on it complements the Beizi.
There are also a few pendant decorations on the camisole that are a bit retro, and the purple sequined skirt has many irregular sequins on it, giving you a sparkling feeling, and with a pair of black high heels, it’s youthful and fashionable!
Duijin Shirt Pink Set
The combination of black, white, and pink is young and energetic. White bright silk shirt in jacquard patterned fabric. The collar and cuffs are embroidered, and the decoration of small flowers appears more three-dimensional. The inner part of the skirt is a pink camisole.
The top can be worn outside or tucked into a belt. The lower skirt is a two-piece skirt in pink color with black edges, and the black edges have a small floral decoration just like the upper shirt.
Through the above six Han element clothing, we can see that Song-style Hanfu appears very frequently and can be well combined with modern elements for daily wear.
Of course, it’s not only the Song-style Hanfu that can be modified into Han elements, by mixing and matching different styles of clothing and accessories, you can also create your own Han element style.
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