Collection: Qipao Blouse

In the Republic of China, Aoqun was a popular way of dressing for women. It refers to a two-piece suit, including a skirt and a blouse which is the qipao blouse. This Aoqun was different from the Aoqun in the Ming dynasty. Its blouse looks like the upper part of qipao. Actually, the qipao blouse and qipao didn't come from each other, but originated side by side.

Similar to the qipao, qipao blouse also has:

  • A Chinese mandarin collar
    It's also called mandarin collar or standing collar. It is mainly used on qipao, tangzhuang, and other manchu related clothing.
  • A cross collar
    The overlap is oblique to the right which means the right piece of the blouse is covered by the left piece.
  • Chinese button knots
    Each of them is made by a button looked like a ball and a loop made by cloth. When the ball-shaped button goes thought the loop, then it won't easily come out.

In the end of 1920s, the Aoqun was gradually replaced by qipao, because it couldn't be improved as the one-piece dress was in vogue.

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  • Padded Qipao Blouse (Solid Color)
    Pink padded qipao/cheongsam blouse
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  • Layered Qipao Blouse with Flower Embroidery
    Pink double layers qipao/cheongsam blouse
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  • Qipao Blouse with Flower Embroidery
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