List of Hanfu

A list of Hanfu, the historical clothing of the Han Chinese, in category of different clothing style.


Diyi Diyi (翟衣), the formal wear of her imperial highness empresses and princesses[1]
Tsachüchuishaofu Tsa-chü-ch'ui-shao-fu (雜裾垂髾服), a typical dress style for women from Ts'ao Wei to Northern and Southern dynasties
Daxiushan Daxiushan (大袖衫), a formal wear of royal Chinese women
Ruqun Ruqun (襦裙), a common form of attire for women
Zhiduo Zhiduo (直裰), a common form of attire for men[2][3]
Banbi Banbi (半臂), a form of casual outerwear for both men and women
Beizi Beizi (褙子), a cloak common to both men and women
Chang'ao Chang-ao (長襖), the formal wear for women
Daopao Daopao/Xingyi (道袍/行衣), the formal wear for men
Shenyi Shenyi (深衣), the formal wear for men
Yuanlingshan Yuanlingshan (圓領衫), a formal attire worn by men (civilian), most common form of attire for (both male and female) officials and nobles
Lanshan Lanshan (襴衫), the formal attire worn by scholars and students (生員) taking the imperial examination


Phoenix crown Phoenix crown (鳳冠), the headgear for noblewomen and brides[4]
Tang official headwear Official headwear of Tang Dynasty
Song official headwear Official headwear of Song Dynasty
Ming official headwear Official headwear of Ming Dynasty

See also


  1. 历代皇后最典型的翟衣,, Retrieved 2009-12-08
  2. 周锡保 (Oct 1986), 《中国古代服饰史》 (PDF) (in Chinese) (2nd ed.), 中国戏剧出版社, p. 263, retrieved May 17, 2009
  3. 朱和平 (July 2001), 《中国服饰史稿》 (PDF) (in Chinese) (1st ed.), 中州古籍出版社, pp. 222–223, retrieved May 20, 2009
  4. Women's head-wear of Ming Dynasty "明代妇女的头饰",, Retrieved 2009-12-08
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