The fabric, color and style of Han clothing still have an impact modern garments. Garments in Tang dynasty is colorful and open. Azurite, grey green, cinnabar, black and gold are often used. We can take cues from Han clothing to enrich fashion designing.
Florals are common in Tang dynasty's garments. Dunhuang caves provide lots of portraits of noble people. The sprigged florals and florals in deep and light colors are the style of the flourishing Tang dynasty. Fresh and delicate mini flowers are often seen on Tang Dresses and brocade scarves.
Dunhuang caisson ceilings feature lots of patterns. The colors, graphics and balanced layout can all be used in modern apparel. Embroidery, beading and jacquard are recommended.
In Han clothing, right lapel and crossed collar are typical. In some ethnic minorities in ancient China, left lapel appeared. Elements from Han clothing are incorporated into modern garments.