01 – Put on Golden Hanfu and Open Autumn
Gold weaving is a common element in the Chinese clothing fabric, with the classic pattern of Zhuanghua silk (妆花, the most complex variety of Nanjing cloud brocade weaving process), a combination of the two, is the bling feeling, and gold weaving, as the name suggests is the fabric plus gold thread.
In the Tang Dynasty, there were 14 kinds of gold weaving methods recorded in the literature, and in the Song Dynasty, there were also 18 kinds. The most prestigious gold-weaving dynasty is the Yuan dynasty, the noble life can be called extravagant, life with the daily quilt, curtains are also made of gold-weaving.
As you can see, the weave is used a lot on the Mamian skirt and the Mamian skirt is perfect for the fall and winter season.
02 – Put on a Warm Bijia (比甲)
The autumn breeze is blowing, and the coolness is naturally washed away with the softness of Bijia. This season, thicker Bijia and half-sleeves coat are the main recommendations, and with the fuzzy edges, all reflecting the teen heart of a young girl.
Bijia is usually sleeveless. In the Ming dynasty, the length of the Bijia would also reach below the knee, less than a foot off the ground, it was only later that the shorter version was developed.
A Bijia is usually worn over an Ao jacket (袄) or a Ru shirt (襦衫) and a skirt underneath, so if you wear it properly, it will give you a layered look. Sleeveless Bijia will not be too heavy and bulky, so it is a good idea to have one in your wardrobe for the cooler autumn months.
In addition to the Bijia, you can also try a half-sleeves coat. As the name suggests, the sleeves are not long enough to reach the arms, and the half-sleeves coat and Bijia can also be used as an alternative dress for the colder months.
03 – Autumn Accessories Appreciation
The above is about the autumn Hanfu style, Chinese Costume for the female.
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