Hanfu, with the name oriented from the Chinese meaning 'Han people's garments', encompassing all kinds as well as styles of traditional apparel worn by the Han Chinese.
The Han Chinese trace an usual origins to the Huaxia, a name for the preliminary confederation of farming tribes living along the Yellow River. The term Huaxia represents the cumulative Neolithic confederation of farming people Hua and Xia that settled along the Central Plains around the center and lower reaches of the Yellow River in northern China.
Hanfu, as its definitions, birthed at the start of the background of Han ethic. Consequently, it has the longest background among all conventional Chinese apparel.