I know there are already threads about this. I really want to see these features in Episode. Here’s some clothes from Asia:
Both men and women can wear it.
For women, the top’s collar can be:
Men’s ruqun are cross-collared only.
Men and women can wear it.
Two Types of Shenyi:
a parallel collar jacket.
a half-sleeve jacket worn by both men and women
a sleeveless jacket worn with aoqun
large-sleeve robe commonly paired with ruqun
Yishang (aka Ruqun)
worn by unmarried women.
are worn by married and unmarried women.
are the most formal kimono worn by married women.
worn by geisha.
a traditional Japanese dancer’s kimono.
are unpatterned kimonos in a single-colored kimono worn by both married and unmarried women.
mourning dress worn by both male and female.
worn at festivals taking place in summer.
means visiting dress.
a very formal kimono only worn by brides or at a stage performance.
This made me confused so there might be some parts that are wrong.
Haori (jacket), Nagagi (aka Kimono) and Hakama (trousers)
Black clothing with family crest. Used on formal occasions, usually with five family crests.
Colored clothing with family crest. Non-black semi-formal kimono, with one, three or five family crests.
Haori and Nagagi
used on informal occations.
For women, hanbok consists of jeogori (upper jacket) and chima (skirt). For men, hanbok consists of jeogori and baji (pants). The colors of the hanbok are depended on the wearer’s social statues! Upper class wore bright colored hanbok while the commoners wore light colored hanbok. Patterns were also used.