Chinese Dress for Girls – Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

There are various styles of Ming-style Hanfu, which can be divided into stand collar (including the specific classification of the collar type of Ming-style Hanfu), straight collar, round collar, and square collar, and today we will bring you a detailed introduction of round collar Hanfu by Hanfu Culture Society.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar HanfuChinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

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Round Collar Dajin Shan / Ao

[History and Structure]

Round collar Dajin Shan / Ao (圆领大襟衫/袄) is one of the informal dress styles, and you will often find it in relics.

It is Jiaoling Youren (交领右衽, wrapping the right side before the left) in general, with a button near the right shoulder to secure the lapel. The sleeve width of the round collar Dajin is usually larger and has no hem. The round collar robe of the same collar shape will almost always have a hem, usually an inner hem, with the top of the hem starting at the vents.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

Round collar Dajin’s relics are also frequently decorated with Buzi (补子).

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

[Occasion and Matching]

Round collar Dajin is formal outerwear and is not usually worn on a daily basis. When wearing it, the skirt is paired with the Mamian skirt with bottom woven gold decoration. The choice of hair accessories (Diji, 䯼髻) is also relatively formal.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar HanfuChinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

A cute hairstyle with the right hair accessory is also suitable for a round collar Dajin.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

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Round Collar Shan

[History and Structure]

Round collar Shan (圆领衫), also known as a collarless Shan (无领衫). Here, the round collar is different from the round collar of the round collar robe. The collar edge of a round collar Shan is very narrow, usually about 1 cm, which is equivalent to a border.

The round collar Shan is mostly parallel opening, fastened with a button or tie. The sleeve width is usually narrower and the sleeves are shorter. Compared to regular outerwear, it is worn for the home or inside.

Let’s take a look at some round collar Shan artifacts.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

The round collar Shan unearthed are basically plain-woven or jacquard fabrics, with little or no other complicated techniques, such as embroidery. The round collar Shan worn by the tomb owner was usually in the innermost layer.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

[Occasion and Matching]

As mentioned above, the round collar Shan is more commonly worn at home, the equivalent of a basic undershirt for daily wear, and can be worn alone or layered.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

It is more suitable for summer, and can be layered for spring, fall, and winter to provide color variation. Due to the lack of decoration, round collar Shan is not suitable for formal occasions.

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar HanfuChinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

Chinese Dress for Girls - Ming Style Round Collar Hanfu

This is all about round collar Hanfu. If you want to know more about the Hanfu style and related history, check it out by clicking here.

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