The cheongsam is a body-hugging one-piece Chinese dress for women; the male version is the changshan. It is known in Mandarin Chinese as the qípáo (旗袍) is also known in English as a mandarin gown. The stylish and often tight-fitting cheongsam or qipao (chipao) that is best known today was created in the 1920s in Shanghai and made fashionable by socialites and upper class women,cheongsam is of unique aesthetic values and therefore acts as a spokesman of the art of Chinese garment.
The costumes in "The Flowers of War"
Light blue fitted gown with sheer shoulders and neck line and ruffles on the large bell sleeves and bottom of the skirt
The subtle elegance of the modern Chinese qi pao or cheong sam (in Mandarin and Cantonese, respectively). One of my favourite things about this style of dress is how it accentuates a woman's body while still being very conservative in how much is actually revealed.
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