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Another type of Han Chinese Shenyi (深衣) commonly worn from the pre-Shang periods to the Ming Dynasty.
This form is known as the zhiju (直裾) and worn primarily by menHan-Chinese clothing had changed and evolved with the fashion of the days since its commonly assumed beginnings in the Shang dynasty.
Many of the earlier designs are more gender-neutral and simple in cuttings.
Later garments incorporate multiple pieces with men commonly wearing pants and women commonly wearing skirts.
Clothing for women usually accentuates the body's natural curves through wrapping of upper garment lapels or binding with sashes at the waist.
Each dynasty has their own styles of Hanfu as they evolved and only few styles are 'fossilized'.
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