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peashooter85:

Chinese musketeer, Ming Dynasty, 16th-17th century.

peashooter85:

Chinese armored vest, Ming Dynasty, 17th century.

from Mandarin Mansion Arms & Armour

peashooter85:

Chinese musketeer, Ming Dynasty, 16th-17th century.

peashooter85:

Chinese armored vest, Ming Dynasty, 17th century.

from Mandarin Mansion Arms & Armour

Hanfu and hanyuansu instagram accounts?

Hi!

Ok so I don’t use Instagram (I know I know) and I haven’t searched for a lot of specific hanfu/hanyuansu stuff. I do stalk the #hanfu tag a lot just for general inspiration. It’s hard to recommend specific accounts because so many images are just taken from Taobao pages or Weibo accounts. 

Currently I only follow these two accounts. I’m sorry I couldn’t be more help. If anyone has any recommendations feel free to reply!

doukou_costume
shanggongju – hair ornaments and accessories

Hello! Would you consider wearing just pieces of hanfu with other clothing (such as just the top of the ruqun with jeans, or maybe beizi/banbi with Western style clothes) as part of the hanfu movement? Is hanyuansu considered part of the movement?

Hi, thanks for the question!

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Yes, I consider wearing hanfu pieces with other non-hanfu clothing as part of the hanfu revival movement. I also consider hanyuansu/汉元素 (hanfu-inspired fashion) to be part of the hanfu movement. Keep in mind, though, that there are also people who don’t consider these to be part of the hanfu movement. I used to be more “orthodox” (I didn’t accept anything besides traditional hanfu), but now I consider hanyuansu and combining styles to be essential parts of the hanfu movement.

Like you mentioned, you can wear just the top of the ruqun with non-hanfu pieces such as jeans, or miniskirts, like in the examples below:  

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You can also wear just the qun (skirt) with different types of tops. This is the most common way to wear hanfu separates:

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Feel free to get creative – like this combination of a chest-high qun with a turtleneck top:

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It’s also popular to accessorize with a piece of hanfu outerwear, such as beizi: 

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And hanfu ku (pants) are easily paired with other pieces, such as this simple camisole and weimao-inspired hat:

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For more hanfu mix-and-match fusion inspiration, I recommend checking out these two articles from Newhanfu: 1 2. ^^

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