Jiaoling Ruqun is the most basic style of Chinese Hanfu. It was popular in Han, Tang, Song and Ming Dynasties. Do you know how to wear a Jiaoling Ruqun?
Put on shangru and tie the right part of shangru
Adjust the center seam, and then tie the left part of shangru
Adjust the shangru so that the middle seam is aligned in the middle
Unfold a piece of lower skirt, and put the skirt at the waistline behind, and place the part with hole close to the waist side
Pass the tie on the other side through the opening and adjust the center seam of the top again so that the center seam is aligned
Wrap the remaining draped skirt around the waist
At this time, the two ties are crossed behind and tightened
Tie the two ties around the front of the body, tie them and adjust the center seam for the last time
Turn the two ties over (i.e. exchange positions)
First of all, wrap one side of the lace up into the waist, and wrap it to the front of the waist (the length you like)
Don’t pull the tie out completely in the last round of winding to form a small hole. Pull the down tie through the small hole to form an “ear”. Adjust the length of the “ear” you like.
Repeat on the other side, and the double ear knot is complete.