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The Chinese zodiac has always been a very important part of the Asian culture and often provides insight into a person’s personality. A new clothing series featuring the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac is now on sale at the online store Zodiacals.com. The collections include flare dresses, flare skirts, kimono robes and silk scarves. There is also a collection of pillows. There are 12 items in each collection, one for each of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals. The images were created based on oil paintings by award-winning Chinese American artist Tiffany Chang.
The Chinese zodiac became popular in the Tang Dynasty although evidence from artifacts show it dates all the way back to 475 B.C. In the beginning the Chinese zodiac was used as a convenient way to count the years and keep track of one’s age. Eventually the 12 animals were linked to the year of a person’s birth and were found to reveal his or her character. The Zodiacals.com collection includes clothing and pillows that display the personalities of those born in the years of the Rat, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Ox, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. You can see all of these at www.zodiacals.com