Contemporary Tang Jacket 當代唐莊


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Color: Black

The tangzhuang is an adaption of the Manchu "horse jacket" (magua), a waist- or three-quarter-length front-opening jacket or surcoat. This was initially worn—usually in a dark blue color—by Manchu horsemen, but became mandatory for Han officials' clothing under the Qing Empire. It is also sometimes translated as a tang suit or jacket. Although the name of the jacket in English and Chinese suggests an origin during (or at least reference to) the Tang period of Chinese history, it was actually intended by its designers to mean a "Chinese" outfit. In fact, “Tangzhuang” is basically the Chinese style of dress in the late Qing Dynasty.

This tang jacket features white clasps or buttons, while traditionally these clasps and buttons are the same color as the jacket. This gives this jacket a more modern and embellished look. The material is light and breathable, suitable for most seasons.

Unisex; Men's Sizes

Style: Casual
Material: Linen
Closure Type: Open Stitch
Item Type: Outerwear & Coats
Sleeve Style: Regular
Thickness: Medium
Lining Material: Linen
Pattern Type: Solid
Clothing Length: Regular
Collar: Mandarin
Cuff Style: Conventional
Suitable: Comfortable Breathable

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