| White Silk Halter Top with Hand-paintied the sheaves flower
2 by 1 Rib Fabric
Side Seamed and Double-Needle Bottom Hem
Custom Screen Hand-Painted Design
Fitted Silhouette Tailored for Women
This style of Halter Top, as seen below, measures 17" long and 17" wide, not including the strings. This fine silk (silk interwoven with rayon) sheet can be comfortably tied with a couple of threads around the neck and the back.
We can do various colour according to buyer's demand
we can do any colourful design like oil painting with low min order
We can do any Chinese design with this fabric
History of halter Top:
For thousands of years, Chinese women and kids have been wearing this traditional underwear called "Du Dou," which literally means "belly cover."
Legend has it that one of the most famous Chinese Four Beauties, Yang Yuhuan, the concubine of the Emperor of Tang Dynasty (AD 618 - 907), invented Dudou. A lot of ancient paintings depict her in this sexy lingerie. These ancient bras were a common undergarment during the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) and also in the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911). Dudous are cut very simple - just a square or rhomboidal piece of silk with ribbons that tie around the neck and the back.
Traditional dudous were mostly made of silk yarn or crepe edged with brocade. Young women would use bright-coloured brocade of red, pink or green. They would also embroider flowers, butterflies or mandarin ducks which symbolize love on the front of dudous.
This colourful lingerie would be completely concealed beneath abundant outer layers by "decent" women, though some daring dressers might allow a small edge to show through - anything more and they would be considered a loose woman.