An Embroidered Floral Cheongsam Top

Fashion | February 17, 2015 | By

Cheongsam

As tomorrow is Chinese New Year’s Eve, today’s post will be on one of my CNY look comprising of a pretty cheongsam top with embroidered details. The rest of the week will be dedicated to celebrations so this will be the only outfit post this week! As all of you are important to me, I just want to let you know I will be slower in responses during this period.
Cheongsam
Cheongsam
Cheongsam
Cheongsam
Cheongsam

Cheongsam designs sprout up in many boutiques and online stores as Chinese New Year approaches every year! I love such designs (also known as the Mandarin gown in English) as they exude a nostalgia charm which is very appealing. The version I featured today is a modernized style of a long top with lovely embroidered floral prints! I wore a flare skirt underneath it to add a fun touch to the look.

Wishing everyone who celebrates Chinese New Year a great holiday! See you again after Chinese New Year!

Top – The CheongsamShoppe
Skirt – Bangkok Flea Market
Shoes And Bag – Humblebones Via Scape Mall

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    Sabrina Kwan (@sincerelysab)
    February 17, 2015

    Thanks for the inspiration! I’ve actually been thinking lately that I’d want to give one of these tops (also, thanks for teaching me that it’s called a “Cheongsam”) a modern look, but I didn’t quite know how to approach it.

    Sincerely,
    Sabrina

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      Pru Yeo
      February 23, 2015

      Glad you like the look and it’s of inspiration to you Sabrina! Wishing you a great week ahead!

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    mooffduty
    February 18, 2015

    Oh, I really love, love, love the skirt! Such a great piece! And your earrings are stunning ♥

    Have a lovely week, a lot of fun, great celebrations and nice holiday,

    Love,
    Monique

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    ivana split
    February 18, 2015

    I love how you paired that traditional long top with a skirt….so playful…and adds a modern twist!
    The heels are to die for!
    Happy New Chinese year…and enjoy pleanty of delicious dishes!!!!

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    Kristina
    February 18, 2015

    Love the shoes, you look lovely! 🙂

    Recently I have started as a guest designer for a famous bag brand and my first design of a belt bag is out! <3 I would love to hear what you think about it! 🙂
    Hope to see you soon on my blog
    http://www.beneaththecoat.com
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    Facebook 🙂

    Kisses from Zurich,
    K

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    kileen
    February 19, 2015

    I love how you styled this new take on the traditional gown and it’s so pretty with the floral design. Happy Chinese New Year!

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    Mica
    February 20, 2015

    gong xi fa cai! I hope you have a lovely time celebrating the new year! 🙂

    That is a very pretty top too, I like the floral detail! 🙂

    Away From The Blue

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    andy
    February 20, 2015

    Very pretty! I love how you modernized this cheongsam outfit. 🙂
    I remember when I went to Taiwan during Chinese new year, the shops were closed for about a week. Is it the same in your place? 😀
    Happy Chinese New Year! I hope you have a great celebration! 😉

    Andy
    http://www.andygulle.blogspot.com

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      Pru Yeo
      February 23, 2015

      Glad you like the outfit Andy! The shops in Singapore are only closed on the eve and first two days of Chinese New Year :). Wishing you a great week ahead!

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    Helen Chik
    February 22, 2015

    I’m loving this outfit so much and so fitting for Chinese New Year! hope you had a fabulous time celebrating!

    Thanks for sharing these gorgeous images!

    Helen xx
    http://CH1K.com

    PS. Only one week left to enter my Daniel Wellington Giveaway and I would love if you would enter 😉

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