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Hi I'm just popping in to say I love your…

Hi I'm just popping in to say I love your blog! It's beautiful and I've learned a lot 😀

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Ahh thank you for the encouragement! That’s exactly what I hope for my blog! ^^ (Image via)

Huh, if I might… I have seen in many images …

Huh, if I might… I have seen in many images women having a marking/tattoo-like on their foreheads? Does it mean something or…?

Hi! The markings on the forehead are beauty ornaments called Huadian/花钿. They’re purely ornamental accessories that became fashionable among women during the Tang dynasty. I wrote about Huadian in my posts here, herehere, and here. Also fyi, I have a masterpost that compiles all my previous replies, so please check it out if you haven’t already ^^ (Image via)

hanfugallery: Traditional Chinese hanfu by 烟雨江…

hanfugallery:

Traditional Chinese hanfu by 烟雨江南

mickjeffrey:清辉阁,移星陆 #汉服 #hanfu #漢服文化 #漢服 原文網…

mickjeffrey:

清辉阁,移星陆
#汉服 #hanfu #漢服文化 #漢服
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Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

fouryearsofshades: Photographer/OP rococoxiong…

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Photographer/OP rococoxiong aka @原色太极 http://weibo.com/guanertw

Traditional Chinese Hanfu & Jewelry – Yingluo/璎珞 (Necklace).

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Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say i…

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: this blog is just so beautiful. And it’s also very helpful for me as I am writing a fantasy race inspired by ancient China, so it’s good to have a better grasp of the clothing of that time. Love the work you’re doing here!

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Wow, thank you so much for the kind words and encouragement! Glad you’re finding my blog so useful! ^^ (Image via)

historyarchaeologyartefacts: A pair of gold c…

historyarchaeologyartefacts:

A pair of gold crowns with dragon and phoenix imagery to represent the Emperor and Empress, Liao Empire – (c. 907-1125 CE), [1002×668]

Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

Traditional Chinese Hanfu.