Hanfu is a traditional costume with a long history and a strong cultural heritage. Perhaps the first impression of Hanfu is that it is dignified and solemn. However, many of today’s Hanfu outfit styles are based on the original shape, with some improvements and modern elements added.
This allows many Hanfu to balance the two distinctly different styles of fashion and simplicity, and also gives rise to more ideas on how to wear Hanfu fashionably. Let’s follow Jiuzhou Nichang to see what kind of new fashion Hanfu outfits there are.
There are often some fashionable Hanfu sets in the Jin-style, because the style of Jin Hanfu is a relatively common cross-collar, which is simple, so even if the style of clothing design is a little more fashionable, it will not make people feel out of place. For example, in this set of Jin-style Hanfu, the clothes as a whole are very modern in both color scheme and pattern decoration.
This set of top Ru (襦) is a gentle blue-purple tone, lighter in color, not too strong, and the white print on the clothes can also add a few points of freshness to the clothes. And the lower half is Po skirt (破裙) is light violet and ink blue color combination, one dark, and one light color can give people a stronger visual impact.
Compared to the Jin-style Hanfu, which is more modern in terms of color scheme and pattern decoration, the Song-style Hanfu can be said to have an innate sense of fashion.
The more common Song-style Hanfu is a combination of an airplane sleeve top and a two-piece skirt, which together can give a fresh and capable look. When you wear it, you can match it with a long Beizi, which can enhance the whole outfit’s elegance.
Many of the two-piece skirts we see today incorporate fashionable elements, such as checks and other patterns. This set of Song-style Hanfu is very typical of classical design. The skirt is a very rustic grass green color, and the body of the skirt is covered with dark patterns, although there are no prints or embroideries on the skirt. The length of the skirt is long enough to reach the ankles, which enhances the classical look of the set.
In addition to the light green airplane sleeve top, there is also a red Beizi on the outside of the suit. The combination of red and green in the suit will not make people feel cluttered, but will give people a very fresh feeling.
If you want to choose some solid colors or a Hanfu outfit set with a relatively simple design, you can refer to the fourth set. This long Beizi is similar to a coat, which is convenient to match with a shirt or T-shirt, easy to wear for a fresh look.
When you wear this light green long Beizi, you can choose a green two-piece skirt as the inner part, which will make you look more young and lively. And because this type of Beizi is relatively thick, we can wear it as a coat with a scarf, which is full of warmth.
Compared to the other Ming-style Hanfu outfit, the fifth set shows a much more capable style of the Long Bijia and Mamian Skirt set. The Bijia is similar to the vests, but the long Bijia is longer, so it can be worn to modify the figure line, showing height and thinness. It can also be mixed and matched with a pearl chain at the waist to enhance the simplicity of the look.
In this modeling, the outermost Bijia is the most eye-catching part, as a whole use gray as the main color, and covered with exquisite prints as decoration, gray is a very advanced color, with a Western-style flat cap, with a full of elegant atmosphere.
In Ming dynasty Hanfu, a long Bijia and a standing collar long Ao (袄) are a very classic combination, and usually wear with a Mamian skirt or pleated skirt, but we can try this modified combination.
The Bijia in the set is the traditional Ming-style Bijia, while the standing collar long Ao has been changed into a dress, retaining the original collar and the cuffs are made into lantern sleeves, matching pearl waist chain, which can make the overall style of the look more capable. We can wear this set alone, or with a long coat, which is very convenient.
This is all about fashion Hanfu outfit Ideas, and more about modern Hanfu can be found here.
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