It was a culture movie night Wholesale Corsets . The movie played on the wall was called "Curse of the Golden Flower". The dresses of maidservants worn caught my eyes at the very beginning of the movie. "Were they wearing corsets too?" the thought came across my mind. Hence, the first thing I did when I got home was turn on my computer and began the research.
The background of the movie was dedicated to Later Tang Dynasty, in year 928. Despite what the movie about, I was more interested in the "fashion" of this dynasty. The Later Tang Dynasty is a part of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms. These Dynasties and Kingdoms were being in a turbulent period by ended of the Great Tang Dynasty. As to the people who were living in a turbulent period, the dressing to women would come down from splendid to tolerable as these dresses would not be able well maintain from daily routing works and unforeseen calamities.
The common theory applied on Western Wars as well; during the World War I, men were at the front, women commonly did the field work, they drove delivery trucks, out in the working-class suburbs, labored in the factories. The skirts were so long that they hampered women's movement, and corsets were a tremendous nuisance when women trying to get things done. Thus women abandoned their complicated outfits and undergarments, no more endless constricting layers that thickened the silhouette. Instead a light slip tended to replace all the many items of large size lingerie. Corsets were totally abandoned by the Great Wars.
If so, the Later Tang Dynasty women wouldn't have the luxury to dress in a luxurious way as the movie showed, yet... it was a movie about politics fighting between royal members in Later Tang's palace. But does this magnify abundant bust images exist in any of Chinese past dynasty? The answer is yes; in years 618 - 907 of Great Tang Dynasty, were the most bustling and flourishing years that it left a magnificent radiant culture to China history.