Sunday, July 1, 2012

White Cheongsam

White Cheongsam

Traditional Chinese dresses are called Cheongsam or qipao and is the traditional Chinese clothing. It was started to be worn during the Ching Dynasty (1644-1911 AD), which was established by the Manchu people who were from Northern China. It is now worn for formal occasions such as weddings, engagements, and on the Chinese New Year. The Ching Dynasty in also spelled Qing Dynasty. Traditionally elements include brocaded cloth, frog knots, and mandarin collars.

White cheongsam is considered a symbol of happiness and purity. When we talk about the wedding occasions, some communities consider it the symbol of virginity. White color is understood pious that remains unaffected with the evils present throughout the world. For the fashion conscious communities, white cheongsam dress is decent and regal choice. We can find in white color dress in the wardrobe of every lady or girl.

White cheongsam dress can be used for almost every occasion irrespective of its time, season and period. During last couple of decades, In China, white cheongsam dresses have become popular as a casual home wear and day to day wear also.

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