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.
Trend in 2011 in this spring has come and tred-colored dress fashion. in shape with a longer dress the model back and paired with a soft cloth and smooth.Shirttail hem, tapered hem, cutaway hem… whatever you wish to label it, the basic fact remains: skirts and dresses cut longer at the back are continuing to make their way into our trend bibles, and thus features as a major 2011 fashion trend. These hems fill the void between mini and midi; or between midi and maxi. They cover, yet they expose. And they’re a simple way to freshen up your spring 2011 wardrobe with a new type of cut.
A shirttail hem is traditionally cut shorter on the sides, with a longer ‘tail’ at the back. In 2011 the trend is more than just a shirttail hem, however: it’s any manner of dresses, skirts or tops that have a hem that’s shorter in front, longer in back.
One of the biggest trends spotted at last weeks’ Salon du Mariage at the Carrousel du Louvre was actually a hybrid of a couple of past trends, something that we’ve affectionately dubbed “Black and Bling”. From the moment you stepped into the Salon, you could see that it was going to be all about High Drama. Sponsored by Swarovski Crystallized and designed by Jean-Luc Blais, the entrée to the salon was literally dripping in dramatic bling- from gowns to accessories, to the amazing over-the-top banquet table- nearly every inch of the space was bejeweled.
Once fully in the Salon, things were a bit more tame, but le Black et Bling still played a predominant role- showing up in DIY decorations, wedding cakes, and tabletop accessories. Oh, and what would a Paris wedding show be without the ubiquitous Black Wedding Dress? This year’s version came at the runway shows’ finale from Hayari Couture- a black and silver, seemingly 80’s-inspired mini with a tumbling train at the back.
So, how can you bring a little Parisian Black and Bling to your wedding or event? How about starting with black or transparent glass candelabras with tall, black taper candles? Or bunches of white hydrangeas in a cluster of black and clear glass vases in different shapes and sizes? And don’t forget to add gobs of loose or scatter crystals. We all know that weddings have been blinged out for quite some time now, but one decidedly Parisian touch that I saw this year was whimsy. Parisian Black and Bling isn’t just about serious Hollywood glamor, it’s also about fun and fantasy. So feel free to add your own silly touches: butterflies, crowns, feathers- whatever you need to make this trend your own.
Ah, the search for the perfect wedding dress—it’s one of the most fun and most daunting parts of the wedding-planning process. Here, 37 gowns we consider to be the most “wow” of the 2010 crop. We think you’ll find one (or two, or 12) to fall in love with. Prepare for some serious bridal-fashion escapism. For the bride who loves her some always-chic black—even on her wedding day!