Pien Fu (Chinese: 弁服; pinyin: biànfú) is a historical Han Chinese people outfit consisting of a knee-length tunic over a skirt or pair of pants. This two-piece costume was considered to be a ceremonial dress.
The tunic for a top that extended all the way to the knees. This was worn on top of a skirt that reached the length of the ankles. The skirt under the tunic was worn only during formal occasions. The pien (弁) was a cylinder-shaped hat that accommodated the outfit.
- Lu, Yang. "Chinese Clothing - Five Thousand Years' History". Retrieved 17 March 2011.
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