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In the period of the Wei, Jin and the Southern and Northern Dynasties, China was the prototype of a vest. It was an open-sleeved, sleeveless, tunic, and was copied from the Han dynasty. It was taken to mean “being beware of the back” (see figure). The Song Dynasty was called a vest. In the Qing Dynasty, the vests were diverse in shape, with large plaits, pairs of pipa, pipa, and so on, and they could be worn by both men and women. One of them was a row of 13 cross-neighboring “Batulu (Manchu Warrior) Canvass” on the front of the chest. It was originally used as a court official and was later used as a general official. The soldiers also used vests as the number one coat. During the period of the Republic of China, working people mostly used vests as outerwear. It is common to wear vests in modern life. Vests are generally named after their materials, such as leather vests, wool vests and so on. It can be made into a single, clipped, or filled waffle. According to the material of the flock, they are called cotton vests, cashmere vests, down vests, etc.
Sleeveless blouses, also known as vests or waistcoats, are collarless, sleeveless, and short tops. The main function is to keep the front and back chest areas warm and easy to use. It can be worn inside or outside the underwear. The main varieties include various models of suit vests, cotton vests, down vests and wool vests.