Áo giao lĩnh

The áo cổ chéo (Giao lãnh y, 交領衣, lit. "cross-collared robe") was a traditional cross-collared robe worn by Vietnamese before the 19th century. During the Nguyen dynasty, it was replaced by the áo dài and became obsolete.[1][2]

See also


  1. Vu, Thuy (2014), "Đi tìm ngàn năm áo mũ", Tuoi Tre, retrieved June 16, 2015
  2. Unknown, T.Van (2013), "Ancient costumes of Vietnamese people", Vietnamnet, retrieved June 16, 2015
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