During the Qing dynasty, court costume was strictly codified to represent rank and status. Textiles of bright yellow were only worn by the Emperor, Empress, Dowager Empress whilst other members of the imperial family wore varying shades of yellow. Brown, considered as a ‘lesser yellow’, was worn by other members of the imperial clan, including the emperor’s sons-in-law and imperial dukes.
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