Wearing a Long Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

Wearing a Long Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

The tassels and the traditional knots on the scarf represent the grace and style of the Qing royal family. This scarf is inspired by the Shen Yun d...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

This scarf is inspired by the Shen Yun dance Manchurian Elegance. Back in the 17th century, the ladies of the Manchurian court styled their hair ar...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Tang Dynasty Grace

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Tang Dynasty Grace

This Tang Dynasty Grace Silk Scarf features an exact replica of the dress worn by Shen Yun dancers in the piece Tang Dynasty Grace during a recent ...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Lotus Fairies

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Lotus Fairies

The fairies on this scarf represent the lotus flower, which has been a revered symbol of grace and purity. Rising out of the mud to bloom untainted...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

The tassels and the traditional knots on this scarf represent the grace and style of the Qing royal family. Back in the 17th century, the ladies of...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Tang Flower

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Tang Flower

Featuring exclusive designs from the costumes of Shen Yun’s dance “Ladies of the Tang Palace,” this scarf glows in the vibrant hues of China’s most...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Elegance of the Yi

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Elegance of the Yi

This scarf celebrates the rainbow-hued traditional full skirts of the Yi ethnic group’s ladies. It reflect their vibrant energy, which resonates fr...

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Wearing a Twilly: Tang Dynasty Grace - Purple

Wearing a Twilly: Tang Dynasty Grace - Purple

This silk twilly gives you a trendy spin on an ancient design. Its delicate and beautiful patterns embody the depth of Chinese traditional culture ...

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Wearing a Twilly: Tang Dynasty Grace - Orange

Wearing a Twilly: Tang Dynasty Grace - Orange

This silk twilly gives you a trendy spin on an ancient design. Its delicate and beautiful patterns embody the depth of Chinese traditional culture ...

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Wearing a Long Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

Wearing a Long Scarf: Manchurian Elegance

The tassels and the traditional knots on this scarf represent the grace and style of the Qing royal family. Back in the 17th century, the ladies of...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Mongolian Bowls

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Mongolian Bowls

This scarf is inspired by the Shen Yun dance “Mongolian Bowls.” Well-known for their hospitality, Mongolian ladies honor guests from afar by offeri...

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Wearing a Silk Scarf: Mongolian Chopsticks

Wearing a Silk Scarf: Mongolian Chopsticks

This lovingly crafted scarf depicts a scene from the Shen Yun dance “Mongolian Chopsticks.” As weary travelers approach the numerous yurts dotting ...

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