This is pretty damn close to my dream look….

This is pretty damn close to my dream look….

(Source: chanchao, via fuckyeahchinesefashion)

Tags: fashion china

ohmyasian:

2629. Egg Custards. Nom nom nom……. favorite Asian bakery snack!

I would kill for the ones they sold on student street. China, I miss you….

ohmyasian:

2629. Egg Custards. Nom nom nom……. favorite Asian bakery snack!

I would kill for the ones they sold on student street. China, I miss you….

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Hat
Date: 20th Century
Culture: Yi
Made At: Asia, China
Medium: Silk, cotton and silver
Dimensions: 8 x 12 in.

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Hat

Date: 20th Century

Culture: Yi

Made At: Asia, China

Medium: Silk, cotton and silver

Dimensions: 8 x 12 in.

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Hairpin1800–1938China 

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Hairpin
1800–1938
China 

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Evening Dress (Cheongsam)
1930s
China

earring want.

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Tags: fashion china

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Coat
Late 19th century
China 

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Woman’s round collar
Nationality: Chinese
Creation date: 1644-1912
Dynasty: Qing dynasty
Materials: silk, peacock feathers

I would wear this in a heartbeat.

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Woman’s round collar

Nationality: Chinese

Creation date: 1644-1912

Dynasty: Qing dynasty

Materials: silk, peacock feathers

I would wear this in a heartbeat.

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Woman’s semi-formal unofficial paired skirt
Nationality: Chinese
Creation date: about 1860-1870
Dynasty: Qing dynasty
Materials: silk

I love looking at Chinese historical fashion. I loved writing my paper about the meaning behind modern Chinese national dress (the qipao) and I miss flipping through pages and pages of books on fashion history.

non-westernhistoricalfashion:

Woman’s semi-formal unofficial paired skirt

Nationality: Chinese

Creation date: about 1860-1870

Dynasty: Qing dynasty

Materials: silk

I love looking at Chinese historical fashion. I loved writing my paper about the meaning behind modern Chinese national dress (the qipao) and I miss flipping through pages and pages of books on fashion history.