It's time to put on this long Japanese kimono for women, one that announces good news: discover quickly which one!
We call this traditional Japanese clothing, a furisode kimono. It is the outfit dedicated to graduation ceremonies. Young Japanese women wear it to celebrate the success of their exams. They are particularly colorful and have ultra long sleeves that almost touch the ground!
That's right, this authentic piece is synonymous of party! You can wear it to a fancy dress party if you'd like. If you want to metamorphose yourself into a real modern-day geisha, we advise you to combine it with an obi belt that matches and to put white tabi socks and wooden geta sandals on your feet.
The patterns repeated all along this traditional Japanese clothing shows loads of flowers of the country of the rising sun. There are many of them: sakura, kiku, karakusa, susuki, hagi, tachibana, take, nanten, matsuba, matsu, tsubaki, botan, ume, kaneshon, shoubu, kikyo, asagao... And they are all celebrated during hanami, a Japanese festival that pays tribute to flowers!
So that you can wear your traditional kimono while sticking to tradition, here are some Japanese fashion recommendations:
- 💯 Choosing the right size is very important. We advise that you to take your kimono in S if you measure less than 1m60. If you are around 1m65, we recommend you to take it in M. If you need to, you can consult the size guide
- 💯 If you prefer colorful pattern for your traditional outfit, you can check out the Kimono geisha design. It's a flowing springtime yukata kimono in which you will feel super comfortable
- 💯 To complete your Japanese look, we recommend you to get the following accessories with your Japanese kimono dress: a kanzashi comb, an obi belt, a Japanese fan and furisode bag. If you want to combine comfort and tradition, put on geta sandals over tabi
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