Cheongsam, also known as qipao or mandarin gown, a code of Chinese dress, originated from the Qing dynasty. When the Manchu established the Qing dynasty over all of China, Manchu women wore a one-piece dress that came to be known as the qipao or cheongsam. This magnificent cheongsam with long bracelet sleeves is made of Thai silk with embroidered floral patterns, sort of like traditional cheongsam. From mandarin collar to the right side, you will see Chinese hand-made frog buttons, which need a lot of labor. Double cuffs are made of green brocade with double fish and vase patterns-the outside cuff is loose and the inside one is decorated with two frog buttons. In Chinese culture, double fish and vase pattern is the symbol of wealth and a good life. Both sides are made with slits toward the thigh and the length of the cheongsam is to mid-calf. The cheongsam edged with pale pink is tailored with full lining, so it is comfortable for you to wear. Choose some chic accessories, and you will make a fabulous look. On a weekend, you are in the gorgeous cheongsam, holding a party in your house, putting your hair in a bun, matching with Jimmy Choo shoes, you will be a dazzling hostess.Mandarin CollarBracelet long sleevesDouble cuffsBrocade green trimmingFrog button fasteners.Embroidered peony pattern.Pale pink pipingTwo side slitsFull LiningMid-calf lengthFabric: Embroidered Thai Silk Color available: Dusty rosePreparation time: 2-3 working days

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