(From China Daily)
While Western-style fashion moves further into Chinese people's wardrobes, traditional-style dress is also creeping back into vogue.
In particular, during Spring Festival, traditional-style garments have dominated shopping malls, boutiques, wholesale markets and even small tailor shops.
An increasing number of Chinese are returning to the Chinese silk jacket as a keynote item in their festival outfits.
"It only seems reasonable to wear traditional attire on these occasions," said Lei Lei, a 34-year-old editor with a Beijing-based newspaper who spent 500 yuan (US$60) for a custom-made silk garment in a tailor shop early …