As a traditional Chinese dress. Qipao is like a wonderful blossom in China's
scene. Because of its unique charm, many women wear it to show
their special grace.
The history of Qipao
In the early 17th century in North China, Nurhachi, set up the
Banner System. Later he led his troops into Beijing and
overthrew the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). After years, a collarless
tube-shaped gown was well developed, which was worn by both
genders. This is the early version of the Qipao. It became kind
of popular among the royal palace of the Qing Dynasty
(1644-1911) to show the Manchu nobility.
Most of them
were made of silk, and embroidered, with thick laces trimmed at
the collar, sleeves and edges. The dress empresses of past
dynasties wore them. Their style of dress was noted as the
highest of standards for Chinese womenfor several thousand years.
Qipao characterize Chinese women's modesty, softness and beauty.
Like Chinese women's personality.
Like many fashions, the beauty of Qipao stands away from others.
Stunning is one of its features from the collar, loop, chest,
and hips to the lower hem. Qipao completely shows off a woman's
figure. Not only does it lay stress on the natural beauty of a
female figure, but also makes women's legs appear more slender.
Mature women in Qipaos can display their graceful manner