Alexander McQueen purple satin evening gown, with cowl neck, draped dolman sleeves with narrow zippered cuffs, bias cut skirt with fish-tail hem, spaghetti strap to the low back opening which catches the draped swags which fall from the shoulders
Matches this description of Northern Wei clothing: In the Northern Wei Dynasty, women usually wore short tops and skirts. The tops were mostly simple, whereas the skirts were elaborate. The waist part was tight, whereas the sleeves were excessively wide. They wore draggle-tails with many pleating and loose hems to look pretty and stylish. They tended to do their hair up into two buns, which made them look thinner and more elegant.