Shanghai has been China’s main fashion center for the past century, and today’s trends can be summarised into the 4 following categories.
1) Shanghai Classic
Traditional elements are applied, such as fine trimming, ornate buttons, and elaborate embroidery. Originating from Suzhou, a city near Shanghai, “Su Xiu”, the Su embroidery is the main characteristic and has been famous for centuries.Mandarin dresses in the Shanghai classic category are meant for special occasions.
2) Shanghai Natural
Mandarin dresses in this category are comfortable, for casual activities, such as hanging out with friends.
3) Shanghai Cosmopolitan
These outfits blend traditional Mandarin dress styles with functionality to create what could be described as ‘work wear chic’.
4) Shanghai Youthful
The Mandarin dress is given a youthful and modern update to create fun and trendy dresses aimed at a younger audience.
We hope you’ve found a style you like!
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