Dress for winter

ziseviolet:

fouryearsofshades:

fouryearsofshades:

Generally thick clothes with warm lining such as wool, down feather etc.. Cape/cloak, hats (not shown), ear muff, gloves/mittens and hot water bottle are nice extras.

交领衫/襖 cross-collared top

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浅画青杏 http://qianhuahancostumes.taobao.com/

唐圆领袍 circular-collared (?) robe

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踏云馆 http://shop70958604.taobao.com/

褙子 beizi (jacket, side split, collar goes down to the bottom)

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华姿仪赏 http://shop62055856.taobao.com/

披風 pifeng (jacket, side split, collar only goes down to the chest)

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清輝閣 http://shop33262171.taobao.com/

斗篷 cape/cloak

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竹里馆 http://shop57864110.taobao.com/

暖耳 ear muff

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画颜堂 http://shop110821252.taobao.com/

手套 gloves/mittens (sorry this is a kid version…)

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小虎阿福 http://xiaohuafu.taobao.com/

湯婆子 hot water bottle

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物拾 http://shop112194739.taobao.com/

暖手包 Hand warmer 

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未央阁 http://shop58066861.taobao.com/

I think Quju/曲裾 (curved-hem robe) is a good choice for winter wear as well, seeing as how it can be quite thick and layered. Below, from 竹里馆/Zhuliguan:  

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Also, I love this purple handwarmer from 未央阁/Weiyange:

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Edit: Winter wear for men would be the same idea – thick clothes with lining, all kinds of jackets, cloaks, etc. I think one-piece styles would be more snug than two-piece styles. Some examples:

1. Daopao/道袍: 

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2. Yuanlingpao/圆领袍 (round-collar robe):

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3. Beizi/褙子 (jacket):

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Pifeng/披風 (Ming-style jacket):

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5. Doupeng/斗篷 (cloak): 

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