Brocade and batik are also known for their magnificent colors and patterns. In terms of clothing, men are more plain, while women are more colorful. They especially like to embroider patterns on shoes, hats and chest pockets with five color silk threads. People, birds, animals and flowers are colorful.
Brief introduction of clothing
Mainly in blue and black dress, pants style short. It is recorded in the book of diseases of prefectures and countries under the heaven that "Zhuang people wear short skirts with flowery clothes. Men wear short shirts, which are called Litang. The front and back of the waist can't cover their knees. Women also wear Litang, which is surrounded by flowery curtains."
Zhuang men's wear is mostly the Tang suit with broken chest and front, which is made of local local cloth. They don't wear trousers, short collar and front, sew a row of cloth knot buttons (six to eight pairs), sew a pair of small pockets on the chest, have two large pockets on the abdomen, fold the hem inward into a wide edge, and open symmetrical openings on the left and right sides of the lower edge. Wear wide trousers, short to the knee. Some are bound with gaiters and headscarves. Wear shoes and hats in winter (or black headband), bareheaded and barefoot in summer. On festivals or visiting relatives, they wear cloud head cloth soled shoes or double hook head duck beak shoes. Wear straw sandals when you work.
Zhuang women's dress is dignified and decent, simple and generous. They are usually dressed in blue and black, with slightly wider trouser legs, colorful printed or jacquard towels wrapped around their heads, and delicate aprons tied around their waists. The top is a Tibetan blue or dark blue short collar with right lapel and partial placket (some are embroidered with colorful lace at the neck, cuff and placket bottom), which can be divided into two kinds: the opposite placket and partial placket, with or without collar. There is a hidden pocket hidden in the front of the abdomen, and several pairs of cloth knot buttons are sewn along with the edge of the placket. In the remote mountainous areas, Zhuang women are still wearing a broken breasted garment without collar, embroidered with five color patterns and inlaid with appendix. Wear wide black trousers (some with two different color strips at the bottom), wear aprons at the waist, and wear blue, red and green silk and cotton aprons at the knees of the trousers. Wear straw sandals and shoulder pads when working. Wear embroidered shoes in fairs, song halls or festivals. Zhuang women generally like to wear earrings, bracelets and collars. Clothing colors and small ornaments are slightly different from place to place. There are two schools of the length of the coat. In most areas, it is short to the waist, and in a few areas, it is knee long.
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