Qiyao Ruqun, Ivory



During the Song dynasty, clothing was divided into two main categories: officials' garments and clothing for ordinary people.

Officials wore yuanlingpao (round-collared robe) with long, loose sleeves. Palace ladies followed Tang dynasty style but were influenced by Confucianism, resulting in a simpler, more conservative, and more traditional aesthetic.

Ordinary people were only allowed to wear white clothes or black attire. However, civilians often wore colorful garments disregarding the rules. Common clothing styles for women included beizi (shirt or jacket) paired with ru (top), qun (skirt), or ku (trousers). Zhu Xi's sacrificial and ceremonial apparel system emphasized the use of an overcoat, long skirt, and beizi for women.

Many clothing styles from the Song dynasty were adopted in the subsequent Yuan and Ming dynasties.

Product Description

Design: Song Dynasty Style

Complete Set: Beizi (Coat), Camisole, Wrapped Skirt

Fabric: Polyester

Processing Time: 45 days 

Size Chart (cm)

Cami Length
Skirt Length
S 90
M 95
Processing Time

Order Processing Time: Orders are generally processed within 3-5 business days, excluding weekends and holidays.

For readily available items, please allow 3-5 business days for processing before the item is shipped. 

For preorder items, the processing time may vary between 1-5 weeks and is indicated in the product description. Please refer to the stated timeframe under the product description for an estimate of how long it will take to process the preorder item. 

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If there is an issue with your order, we will notify you via email within 48 hours of receiving your order.

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Care Instructions

How to care for your Hanfu?


  • Hanfu garments are mostly delicate, especially those with embroidery, so handwashing is preferred.
  • If you choose to machine wash, use the gentlest cycle and place the garment in a laundry bag for protection.
  • After washing, hang the Hanfu indoors in a well-ventilated area to dry.
  • Avoid exposing it to direct sunlight to prevent color fading.


  • Store your Hanfu in breathable fabric garment bags to protect it.
  • Avoid hanging Hanfu for long periods, as it may stretch the fabric. Instead, carefully fold the garments and store them flat or stack them neatly in a storage container.