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Oriental Fashion Vibes: Festive in Red Cheongsam Dresses

Oriental Fashion Vibes: Festive in Red Cheongsam Dresses
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This affiliate post features a look into the fashion-forward cheongsam fashion from across the globe. Keep the space bookmarked if you’re into keeping up with the global Oriental fashion trends and designs. 

Fashion for the year-end festivities: The mood is absolutely Chinese.

Even though China has been quite a mix bag of things, we can’t help but to appreciate the fashion that comes out of there especially their oriental dresses with the beautiful mandarin collars and feminine silhouettes.

Love the look and feel of cheongsam or qipao dresses? Then you will definitely want to check the curated list we’ve got just for you.

Fashion when it comes to the much-loved cheongsam dress retains a classic style flavor. Even as it ventures out into the modern style palette with a mixture of new print, color, fabric and silhouette, you can still very much see the strong, graceful and charismatic underlying influence of the traditional Chinese dress.

Today’s post is focused on the red oriental dresses with your favorite signature high neck mandarin collars, side embroidered buttons, high splits on the skirt and the nature-lover’s floral print and embroidery that usually are the go-to motif. 

These dresses in the right fabric can also be a great addition into your festive cold weather wear when you feel like wearing something with a Chinese style persuasion.

In my world, everybody looks good wearing any one of these Chinese wardrobe staple. And that includes you. Wear it to a formal setting or simply out with the ladies for brunch or dinner and you’ll radiate timeless beauty.

Check these red cheongsam dresses out and be inspired:

Festive Dress Inspo: Red Cheongsam Dresses To Drool Over & Perhaps Wear ...

red velvet cheongsam dress // ChineseArtCharm
red velvet cheongsam dress // ChineseArtCharm
red velvet cheongsam dress // ChineseArtCharm
mod cheongsam plaid dress // ChineseArtCharm
mod cheongsam plaid dress // ChineseArtCharm
mod cheongsam plaid dress // ChineseArtCharm
mod cheongsam plaid dress // ChineseArtCharm
red embroidered cheongsam dress // EastMeetsDress
red embroidered cheongsam dress // EastMeetsDress
red embroidered cheongsam dress // EastMeetsDress
red embroidered cheongsam dress // EastMeetsDress
minimalist red cheongsam dress // OrientIn
minimalist red cheongsam dress // OrientIn
minimalist red cheongsam dress // OrientIn
minimalist red cheongsam dress // OrientIn
tea ceremony embroidered red dress // ChinaDesigner
tea ceremony embroidered red dress // ChinaDesigner
tea ceremony embroidered red dress // ChinaDesigner
tea ceremony embroidered red dress // ChinaDesigner
red velvet winter cheongsam dress
red velvet winter cheongsam dress // ChineseArtCharm
red velvet winter cheongsam dress // ChineseArtCharm
red velvet winter cheongsam dress // ChineseArtCharm
red chinese qipao dress // QipaoMood
red chinese qipao dress // QipaoMood
red chinese qipao dress // QipaoMood
red chinese qipao dress // QipaoMood
flutter sleeve cheongsam dress // OrientIn
flutter sleeve cheongsam dress // OrientIn
flutter sleeve cheongsam dress // OrientIn
flutter sleeve cheongsam dress // OrientIn

Are these dresses gorgeous or what! I’m feeling the look of each one of them. Which red cheongsam dress do you fancy yourself wearing? Share with us down below!

Do you have any thoughts about these oriental dresses? We love hearing from you so share away!

Kindly email us if you would love to have your own unique Chinese-inspired fashion collection featured in this space. We’d love to hear from you!

Till the next one, keep healthy, eat clean and make time for meditation!

missreverie

missreverie

Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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