Lunar New Year Clothes

Children in Traditional Chinese clothing

Shopping for Chinese New Year clothes for your celebration? Here are some traditional and modern outfit options to consider. Many are affordable with fast shipping in the US. Some of the clothing on this list will also be appropriate for Lunar New Year or Spring Festival. No matter where you are from, the little ones always look so adorable in their festive attire!

Beth and Brian Qipao

This is a US-based small business selling high-quality qipao (aka cheongsam) clothes in traditional and modern prints.

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Retro Qipao Dress for Kids

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Qipao Dress for Kids

Bunny Happy

This site sells qipao, hanfu, and even kimonos in the cutest styles and prints. They advertise that shipping is only 1-3 days from California.

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Red Hanfu

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Red Floral Brocade Qipao

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Hanfu Jacket

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Red and Silver Floral Brocade Qipao

H&M Lunar New Year Collection

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Tiger Print Joggers

This sweater and jogger set will keep your child cozy during your new year festivities and the rest of winter.

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Embroidered Tiger Sweater

A perfect combination of gold and red for your little minimalist. Can be worn as an oversize sweater or pair with a belt to wear as a tunic

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Tiger Sweater Vest

A little bit more traditional than their other Lunar New Year options, this vest will look great over a crisp white shirt or dress.

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Lion Dance Sweatsuit

Not into red? No problem! Your child will be extra cool in this lion dance-themed sweatshirt and pants combo.

Amazon Marketplace

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Toddler Lion Dance Sweatsuit

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Mandarin Collar Flared Dress

Fortune Cookie Booties by Sushibooties
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Fortune Cookie Baby Booties

These are just too cute and I share each year.

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New Year Zip-up

This is technically a red fox hoodie, but no one will know! Looks like a tiger to me!


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