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.
- Tran dynasty robes as depicted in a section of a 14th-century scroll
- Portrait of Prince Tôn Thất Hiệp from the 17th century. He wears a cross-collared robe (áo cổ chéo) which was commonly worn by Vietnamese aristocrats before the 19th century
- "Giảng học đồ" (Teaching), 18th century, Hanoi museum of National History. Scholars and students wear cross-collared gowns (áo cổ chéo) - unlike the buttoned áo dài
- Typical 5-part Áo cổ chéo of the Nguyễn dynasty