Lisu costumes are elegant, beautiful and generous. Lisu women in different regions are known as white Lisu, black Lisu and flower Lisu because of the difference of dress color. White Lisu women generally wear right Lapel top, plain white linen skirt and white beads; black Lisu women usually wear right Lapel top with trousers, waist with small apron, wrapped with black cloth and Earrings such as small coral; hualisu women like to wear double breasted camisoles with color edges, floor length skirt with color shells, flower cloth scarf, earrings with large copper or silver rings, swaying and colorful Species.
Lisu men's clothing is the first to simulate the color and style of magpie, which is called magpie clothing. The top is a linen blouse, and the bottom is a knee length black trousers wrapped with black cloth. Lisu men like to wear a wool ribbon around their waists, arrow bags and machetes made of shoulder leather.
Brief introduction of clothing
Before the founding of the people's Republic of China, most of the Lisu People who lived in Dali lived in high and cold mountain areas and wore clothes made of silk peeled from hemp seeds they planted. Lisu people called them "hemp cloth clothes".
All the men of the Su nationality wear long or short linen shirts with trousers as long as the knee. Some of them wrap their heads with green cloth, and some like to have braids wrapped around the back of their heads. The leader or individual rich man wears a string of red coral in his left ear to show that he enjoys honor and dignity in society. All adult men like to wear a machete on the left and an arrow bag on the right. The arrow bag is mostly made of animal skin and has a long belt around the waist. Some men of the weixisu nationality wear woolen felt hats, which are boat shaped and dome shaped. Young people wear white and black pattern short skirts, and old people wear long skirts, or short shirts in summer and long shirts in winter, with hemp woven belt in the middle. Both men and women of the Susu nationality like to wear "wax watch" (a kind of satchel) with exquisite sewing and embroidery, and they like to wear leggings. When a man goes out, he must carry a long sword and a bow. The Susu people in Tuoding, xiaruo and Yunling township of Deqin County all like to wear Tibetan costumes except for those in Shiba administrative village. You can't tell what nationality they are from their costumes. In Diqing, there are many phenomena of mutual service, which reflects the integration of different nationalities and the mutual absorption of the excellent elements of other nationalities.
The men's clothing of the Susu ethnic group is a short piece of linen with more than 10 linen buttons on the upper body. In some areas, the men wear a long shirt and a pair of big crotch linen pants. Some of them wear a small cap with melon skin or a green cloth, or they like to have a braid wrapped around their head without a hat. The leader and some rich men like to wear a string of red sandals on their left ear to show their wealth, honor, dignity and status in people's mind and society. Most men wear their own woven straw sandals or hemp straw sandals woven with hemp thread. What is particularly indispensable is that an adult man should wear an arrow bag made of bear and other animal skins on his left waist and right waist to hold arrows and carry a bow on his back, "just like a warrior, giving people a rough, free and easy, resolute and powerful feeling. Susu men all over the country like to wear long or short linen shirts and trousers, which are knee length. Some of them wrap their heads with green cloth, and some like to braid their hair behind their heads. Individuals who enjoy honor and dignity in society hang a string of red corals on their left ear. All adult men like to wear a machete on their left waist and an arrow bag on their right waist. The crossbow is their personal treasure. Some of them are handed down from ancient times.
There are two main styles of clothing for the women of the Su Nationality: one is wearing a short shirt and a skirt with a lot of pleats; the other is wearing a short shirt and trousers with a small apron at the front and back. Women's blouses are called "Pi Du" in Susu language. They are waist length, double breasted, full round and flat collar, no buttons, plain clothes, and open lapels. In cold weather, they are covered with hands or pressed with beads, shellfish and mussels. Some cuffs with black cloth edge, clothing for white, black and white match, strong contrast. Before the founding of the people's Republic of China, because of the differences in the color of the linen worn by the Susu people in different places, they were divided into black, white and huasusu. Black and white Susu women generally wear right upper garment and long Linen Skirt. Married women wear big copper rings in their ears, which can be long and droop over their shoulders. Their heads are decorated with coral and beads. Young girls like to wear red braids with small white shells; some women also like to wear a string of agate, seashells or silver coins on their chest, which is called "labellidi" in Susu language. Some of them are carved with simple horizontal and vertical lines or drilled with small round holes. There are some valuable ornaments for a cow. Some women wear trousers instead of long skirts, with a small apron around their waist, a green cloth head and small coral ornaments on their ears. Women all like to embroider lace on their tops and skirts. When they walk, the skirts are swaying and colorful, which is very beautiful. When a woman was young, she had three pointed hairs on her head, which increased year by year until she was 15 years old. The top of the head is a bucket hat made of wool ribbon, which is called "Wudi" in Susu language. The women of Susu nationality in Weixi usually wrap their headkerchiefs with shells and beads, which is different from the "Oule hat" worn by Nujiang. The women of the Susu nationality in Lancang River area wear a string of eyebrow like beads in front of their forehead. Some of them are short dresses with black lines on a white background, with scarlet or dark black shoulders on the outside and pleated skirts on the bottom. Some of them are embroidered with a unique style on the outside. There are two kinds of pleated skirts: long skirt to the feet, short skirt to the knees, and short skirt to be wrapped with gaiters.
The costumes of the women of the Su nationality are quite different from those of the men. Women used to make a kind of herringbone shaped folding Baotou on their forehead, and their heads were wrapped with two Zhang long black cloth. Young women's headwear should be divided into three layers, yellow or blue at the bottom, flowered towel at the second layer and green cloth at the third layer. Susu women, young and old, love to wear silver earrings and bracelets. Young women show that they are young and beautiful. They also wear some ornaments such as shells and silver coins. Some of them hang in strings on their chests. Women wear Baige skirts made of firewood, white cloth and green cloth. The skirt is as long as the ground. When walking, people are like in the clouds, squatting down, the skirts are scattered, and people are like in flowers. Most of the women wore self-made white linen belts with patterns of flowers and leaves embroidered on them. Wear cloth shoes or rubber shoes. This kind of dress makes the long skirts of the women swaying and swinging when they walk, which makes them appear to have a unique charm. After 1949, with the development of production and the change of life, the costumes of the Susu people have changed significantly. The simple and elegant costumes have added modern style, making the costumes of the Susu people more colorful, just like the open cherry blossom, sending out a unique fragrance.
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