This long white kimono for women aptly shows the love that Japanese people have for nature
Kimonos are often decorated with patterns inspired by nature: trees, flowers or streams. Each pattern is hand-painted on the fabric of these traditional clothes of Japanese inspiration . The patience and meticulousness that this requires partly explains why these clothes are expensive and precious.
The way the kimono is worn answers to a strict code and must imperatively follow 7 ordered steps. Firstly, you must put on socks with split toes (tabi) and put on the traditional underwear (the nagajuban).
Next, the back seam should be centered on the spine. Then, take the right side of the kimono and bring it to the left. Pass the left side over it to the right side. Roll up the hem to reveal the ankles. Tie the koshi-himo belt and finally, roll up the datejime scarf before the final step: put on the obi belt
Small tip: you can find obi belts whose knot is already made !
Here are some fashion tips to help you wear your traditional kimono proudly and correctly:
- 💯 For a more ceremonial geisha outfit, discover our beautiful Japanese kimono. This Japanese dress will transport you to the glory days of the land of the rising sun
- 💯 To complete your Japanese geisha outfit, we recommend you wear a Japanese Obi stitch that contains the same patterns of the kimono. Don't forget Tabi socks, Geta sandals and Sensu fan!
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