Cloak History

- Dec 08, 2018-

Also known as "Lian Peng Yi", "a bell", "a wrap round". Covered coat. Used to protect the wind from the cold. The short one has been praised, and the elder is also known as the cloak. The cloak usually has no sleeves. In ancient China, there was a long cloak with two sleeves.


The cloak, rumored to have evolved from the robes, was originally made of brown hemp, with a rain and snow, known as "fighting." When it came to the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it was made of silk fabrics. It was not limited to rain and snow. It was called a coat. It was a kind of warm clothing. It was long and short, with high collar and low collar. Whenever you go out in the winter, both men and women are happy to wear a cloak, but there is a rule that you can't wear this costume to salute, otherwise it is considered disrespectful. After the middle of the Qing Dynasty, women wearing cloaks are very common, and their production is increasingly sophisticated. They are usually made of brightly colored satin, embroidered with patterns, and elegantly lined with fur.


In the Neolithic Age, which was about 10,000 years old, China has cloaked clothing such as cloaked clothing and cloaked clothing. In the ancient Egyptian relief statues 5,000 years ago, there was a figure of a cloak. The cloak has long been popular in the Mediterranean region and flourished in Europe around the 11th century. The cloak was mainly used as a dress coat for women in the upper class in the Qing Dynasty in China, with noble meanings, and has a name such as a bell, a rohan clothes, and a awning.


The cloak was mainly used as a dress for women in the upper class in the Qing Dynasty of China. It contains noble meanings and has a name such as a bell, a rohan clothes, and a awning.