Hanbok is the traditional Korean dress, often characterized by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets. Traditional women’s Hanbok consists of jeogori, a blouse shirt or a jacket, and chima, a wrap-around skirt usually worn full. The ensemble is often called chima jeogori. Men’s hanbok consists of jeogori and baji which means pants. The baji were baggy pants in traditional men’s hanbok. Hanbok is classified according to its purposes: everyday dress, ceremonial dress and special dress. Ceremonial dresses are worn on occasions such as a child’s first birthday, a wedding or a funeral.