Qixiong Ruqun, Sylens



In the middle of the Tang dynasty, the clothes got looser, the sleeves were longer and wider, the top garment became strapless, and a silk unlined upper garment became the norm as women with plump appearances were favored. This clothing style is commonly referred to as "chest-high ruqun" (Qixiong Ruqun). This shift in the ideal physical shape of women's bodies has been linked to Yang Guifei, Emperor Xuanzong of Tang's favorite wife.

Tang Dynasty's Qixiong Ruqun featured a two-piece, or three-piece ensemble with a flowing outer garment known as the “Da Xiu Shan” or big-sleeved coat, “ru” top, and “qun”, typically in the form of a wrapped dress. 

Product Description

Design: Tang Dynasty

Complete Set: Da Xiu Shan (Coat), Wrapped Dress

Fabric: Polyester

Processing Time: 3-5 days 

Size Chart (cm)

Bust Dress Length Coat Length
XS 70 112 112 150-155
S 75
M 80
XL 90 128 118 165-175
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. 

Should you have any questions or need further clarification regarding the processing time for a specific item, please feel free to reach out to us at hanfu.dream@gmail.com. 

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

Read our ‘policy for unavailable items’ for further details.

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.