As a traditional Chinese costume, Hanfu not only refers to the clothing of the Han Dynasty but also refers to the traditional costume of the Han nationality.
Just as the harmony of kimono refers to the Dahe nationality, and the flag of Qizhuang refers to the Qiren (Manchu), the Han refers to the Han nationality, not the Han Dynasty.
Hanfu is not divided according to the dynasty. Hanfu is a complete clothing system, just like Chinese characters, different historical periods will have different historical characteristics and styles, but it is not dating, but a continuous line.
Some forms of Hanfu are not unique to a certain Dynasty. For example, from the Warring States period with physical research, Ru skirt finally became the most basic form of Han traditional clothing in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasty.
During the period of 2000 years, although the length, width, and width have changed from time to time, the basic shape has always maintained the original style.
Hanfu is mainly divided into ancient Hanfu and modern Hanfu.
In fact, the ancient Han costume is the Han people’s clothing of various dynasties, including the Qin, Han, Tang, Song, and Ming Dynasties. Modern Hanfu is a brand-new dress after absorbing the characteristics of ancient Hanfu.
Hanfu originated in ancient times, was shaped in the spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States period, and flourished in the Ming Dynasty. It is a unique combination of dyeing, weaving, and embroidery through hand-painted patterns, tailoring, sewing, ironing, and other processes. It has been popular for thousands of years. The real Chinese style and oriental aesthetics are all hidden in this Han suit.