Long dress, beautiful on the best time for chinese new long year.It’s a variety of motives to make festive day of celebration chinese year ini.I wish to celebrate our love in this celebration.The halter-neck and key hole design is an outstanding feature of the cheongsam, different from traditional-style cheongsam of the Qing dynasty. One hand-made frog button is decorated on the mandarin collar. Frog button is a kind of traditional handicraft and it needs a lot of labor. Both sides are made with slits toward the thigh and the length of the cheongsam is to ankle. An invisible zipper is on the center back side.
In Chinese culture, dragon is the symbol of imperial power and only the emperor is entitled to be in the dress with dragon patterns. You will see that mandarin collar is fastened with three Chinese hand-made frog buttons and another three buttons are decorated on the part near the shoulder. Back side is made with a slit and the length of the cheongsam is to ankle. An invisible zipper is on the right side, so it is easy for you to wear.
Chinese New Year is to be ahead. Many models of colorful blouses are very pretty, which is suitable, we use it sometimes. Blouse woman of character will be very fit Dragon Chinese New Year.Chinese New Year Dress is a form of expressing ethnic identity. An expression that is with multi-faceted meanings about where the Chinese come from, who they are and who they aspire to be. In ancient China, the manner of dress signified a person’s social status.
The origin of the Chinese dress can be traced back to ancient clothing like two piece outfits, a long robe worn with a sash, and an outer jacket.Chinese New Year Dress is a mix and match of the simplicity of the early clothing and the contemporary fashion. Embroidery is a commonplace on Chinese New Year Dress for both men and women. Many of the designs on the New Year Dress are good luck signs or mythological scenes. Chinese New Year Dress for women ranges from cheongsams, qipaos, mandarin blouses to jackets and pants. For men, Mandarin shirts with Mandarin collars, Dragon shirts, Kung Fu suits & Chinese coats are some of the famous Chinese New Year Dresses.
The blouse is made of pink Thai silk with floral pattern. Three chinese hand-made frog buttons are decorated on the mandarin collar, while another six buttons are labelled on the front side of the blouse. The length of the blouse is to the thigh, and it looks like the upper outer women garment in Qing dynasty.
Say hello tear in 2011. Trend of the 1960s back to the years that are still early.Trend well in the beginning of this beautiful and content with the clothes that can be a flexible, relaxed and casual use trend.When we talk about the ’60s dress or skirt in this context, we’re not talking about the later, mod ’60s movement of miniskirts and teeny shift dresses.Look to Louis Vuitton and Prada who both put ladylike full skirts on their runways for the Fall 2010 season, particularly in heavier fabrics like wool blends.
Longer, usually gathered or pleated, often with a ruffled hem, the granny skirt is as it sounds: a young take on grandma dressing. It falls rather than puffs out too much and is more understated – think sixties office girl. If I’m to stick with the Mad Men analogy, this is the style you’d more likely spot on Peggy Olsen. The key to pulling off this look today is to either make it completely effortless, or surprisingly sexy.
- Avoid looking dowdy by pairing with a fitted top; or sex it up with a sheer blouse.
- For an authentic look pair with flats or dainty kitten heels. To modernise, stick with a pair of high heels.
- Sweeten it up with a pair of little bobby socks under shoes a la Marc Jacobs (see the inspiration gallery).
Anything goes when it comes to length. At their shortest, we saw playsuits and rompers that were almost as tiny as hot pants (in a way blurring the lines between playsuits and bodysuits).It was only a few short years ago that cutesy playsuits and rompers were a summer must-have (albeit a short lived one). Well, as fashion would dictate it, one-piece anythings are back in style. From overalls to jumpsuits, to playsuits and rompers, these one piece cuts are an option for fashionisers looking for pieces for their spring 2011 wardrobe. And for those who are, they can rest assured knowing that any investment pieces, particularly statement playsuits, will be a worthy investment with the one piece styles on the cards as sitting amongst spring 2011 fashion trends.
Overalls: while we saw denim overalls on the Ralph Lauren S/S 2010 catwalk, this was really an exception. Denim overalls aren’t a part of this trend for 2010, and we don’t expect to see them for on trend in spring 2011 either.
Evening: a new take on relaxed glamour, no-one has nailed this quite like Alber Elbaz for Lanvin. Single-shouldered and sequin covered jumpsuits were a striking alternative to the traditional evening dress.
Tailored: smart and sophisticated, a tailored playsuit can be office-ready as well as dressed up for day or night. Look for crisper fabrics, cuffed shorts, and cinched in waists – a la Karl Lagerfeld.
Loose and flowing: the perfect take for Spring/Summer, this look has a dash of hippy – working best when combined with soft floral prints. Fabrics should be free-flowing, legs wide and long. The likes of Roberto Cavalli and Etro produced the perfect examples.
Sporty: Julien MacDonald, Lacoste and Walter all took sportier options, in line with S/S ’10′s sports trend; from hoods and zips to simple cotton jersey fabrics.
Basic: while some designers have gone for prints and intricate detailing, the likes of Stella McCartney and Givenchy presented the ideal basic options. A more versatile wardrobe staple, go for black, white or nude colours and simple straight cuts.
The beginning of the year in the open with the spring and begins with a fashion that makes us in 2011 is seen easy but perfect for travel. fashion striped shirts that made us look trendy in 2011.Note that I didn’t say bold stripes, but dominant stripes. While navy and white stripes are a must for the look (though black and white can also work in 2011), the real key to Summer’s take on nautical stripes is that they dominate the outfit. While they do so in the below look easily (though the plum Doc Martens still seem somewhat heavy), in other outfits it’s about drawing attention to the stripes above all else in the outfit.
As an illustration of the point be sure to look at the inspiration pictures below; while most looks rely on bold stripes, you’ll see that the trend is just as effective when the stripes are thin. Hence for Summer 2010 look for dominant stripes, not necessarily bold ones.
2011′s return of bell bottoms – a style which originated with the sailor pants of the US navy – also presents the perfect opportunity for creating nautical ensembles. And of course a striped top with flares is a combination that also lends itself to a perfectly 70s inspired look.