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To Buy or To Rent? Deciding on Your Qun Gua/Kwa (裙褂) Investment

Investing in a set of Qun Gua (裙褂) is a considerable budget. Therefore, some may opt for rental as they consider it to be a one-time wear, which could save their budget for other aspects of their dream wedding. However, on the other hand, it could also be a worthwhile investment for milestone anniversary celebrations or to pass down to future generations.


Traditional Chinese wedding costumes are often passed down through generations, making them a cherished family heirloom. By wearing these costumes on their wedding day, couples can connect with their family's history and traditions, creating new memories that will be passed down to future generations.


Experience the beauty and elegance of traditional Chinese wedding costumes with LIANG YUAN (良缘)'s Huang Gua (黄褂) collection. This photo showcases the stunning bride adorned in this exquisite garb.
Experience the beauty and elegance of traditional Chinese wedding costumes with LIANG YUAN (良缘)'s Huang Gua (黄褂) collection. This photo showcases the stunning bride adorned in this exquisite garb.

Moreover, with the decreasing number of Masters who can create these beautiful works of art, investing in a Qun Gua (裙褂) as a family heirloom is definitely a worthy investment. The craftsmanship and attention to detail in these dresses are unparalleled, making them not just a beautiful piece of clothing but also a piece of art.


Alternatively, brides who want to wear a new Qun Gua (裙褂) on their wedding day but do not want to invest in one can consider renting a first-hand Qun Gua (裙褂).

This means that you will be the first bride to rent and wear this dress. However, as the vendor is willing to hold this Qun Gua (裙褂) for a considerable amount of time, a premium rental fee will be imposed. Normally, these dresses are limited and are quickly grabbed by brides, so if you're interested, keep an eye on new arrivals of Qun Gua (裙褂) that are open for first-hand rental. This option allows brides to wear a new Qun Gua (裙褂) on their wedding day without the commitment of investing in one.

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