Qixiong ruqun (Chinese: 齐胸襦裙 ; pinyin: qí xiōng rú qún) or qixiong shanqun (Chinese: 齐胸衫裙 ; pinyin: qí xiōng shān qún) is a style of hanfu that is often found in the Tang dynasty.
The qun (skirt) used is generally tied above the chest.
Some historical records of clothing refer to it as a high waist ruqun or chest ruqun.
Qixiong ruqun is often combined with hezi, pibo, and daxiushan.
Qixion ruqun can also be seen in many Chinese dramas.