Homongi with Fukuro obi good for wedding attendance
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A vintage silk kimono with red lining and longer sleeves. In the past, sleeve lengths were not standardized like they are now, so the longer sleeves combined with the red lining shows that this kimono is quite old. Despite its age, the silk is strong and can still be worn. It is, however, short and so taller wearers should wear …
A woven silk kimono with a graphic pattern, paired here with a reversible hanhaba obi in a similar color scheme that still provides light-dark contrast. An understated, yet impactful, set.
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It may look orange in the pictures, but this edo komon kimono is a lovely brick red color. And it is hand printed one. Slightly short so highly recommended for shorter wearers if you want to wear with the ohashori fold but can be worn by taller people as well. As you can see in the picture, it can easily …
A blue, wool komon kimono that has a woven pattern in different shades of blue and a pop of red. This is a versatile kimono that could pair with many different obi. Here we paired it with a reversible hanhaba kobukuro obi that is salmon pink on one side and has a deep purple floral pattern on the other side. …