7 Snazzy Ways to Dress Red for Chinese New Year
Whether you’re home to greet relatives, or not even celebrating Chinese New Year at all, it’s always a good time to go all out in red. It’s especially a good time to pick up hints of traditions such as loose Tang Dynasty robes or 20th-century bodycon chi paos. Take a look at these edgy takes on traditional Chinese fashion!
1. Bow to history
2. Chi pao-inspired
The 20th-century chi pao (or cheongsam, Mandarin dresses) are form-fitting dresses tailored to fit. Modern dresses with band collar and decorative seams are almost as elegant!
3. Boost of luck from the gods
Keep a Bodhidharma doll nearby whenever you’re praying for success and new beginnings!
4. Western influence
Eastern comfort meets western simplicity, and married to the passionate red!
5. The Revenant
6. Unique mash-up
Reserved neckline in the front, rowdy red bows in the back—it’s clear you set your own trend!
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