In the previous article, we introduced the Ruqun(襦裙), The Ruqun is composed of a short top and a long dress, that is, composed of a top and a lower dress.
Song Suzhen’s “Silkworm” poem: “I don’t worry about the bread bait, I have fortunately had a Ruqun(Ru dress).” The style of the Ruqun has appeared in the Warring States period. The collar of the scorpion is divided into “Jiaoling Ruqun” and “Zhiling Ruqun”. The waist of the dress is divided into”Zhongyao Ruqun”, “Gaoyao Ruqun” and “Qixiong Ruqun”.
Ruqun is classified according to whether they are clipped or not. The Ruqun can be divided into single Ruqun and double Ruqun, single Ruqun close to the shirt, and double Ruqun are close to coat.
Next to introduce is “Banbi (半臂, half arm)”, it and the shawl constitute an important part of the Ruqun.
- Duijin half-armed dress
- Jiaoling half-armed dress
- Tanling half-armed dress (Tang Dynasty).
The Tanling(坦领, U collar) was a kind of half-breasted scorpion in the Tang Dynasty. The clothing was made of leno. At that time, people described it as “slow-shouldered skirt and half-covering the chest”, “sentimental shyness and snow hibiscus”, and “the scorpion The skin, etc. With a long dress, fully reflects the graceful appearance and natural beauty of the Tang Dynasty women.
2. according to the semi-arm wearing method, can be divided into:
- inner half-arm dress.
- outer half-arm dress.
3.the male half-arm and the female half-arm:
Half-arms can be worn by both men and women in the Tang Dynasty, and women’s half-arms are often worn with sashes and high-waisted dress. Men with half-arms can wear shirts, scorpions and sweatshirts.
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