How to Wear Hanfu | Sheer Fabric Shirt (豎領對襟紗衫) from the Ming Dynasty

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In ancient China, it was quite common for men to be bare-chested during the summer, but of course this was not the case for ladies. So they would wear less layers and sheer fabric inside of their homes.

This video will give you an in-depth view on the history of Shuling Duijin Shashan (豎領對襟紗衫 sheer fabric parallel opening shirt with standing collar).

Hanfu, meaning Han Chinese Clothing, or as I’d like to call it Han Couture, is what ancient Chinese people wore for thousands of years.

Traditional Chinese Clothes changed from dynasty to dynasty and there exists hundreds of variations.

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