More On Kimonos

Each culture has specific dresses that represent the culture and are part of the heritage. The heritage people refer to the dress and relate with their cultural counterparts through the dress. There are some styles and clothes that, despite being a distinctive feature of a culture, always end up being very popular and widely accepted on a global scale.

The Chinese kimono is a very unique and beautiful dress that is the brand and the symbol of pride for Japanese culture. They are ethnic but so elegant that they have left their mark on the world fashion scene. They have been used as inspiration for many fashion developments and yet they are the most beautiful and in their element in their best naturalness.

The kimono is the traditional dress of Japanese and literally means something to wear. The literal meaning of the word does not suppress the romanticism and charm of the image evoked by the mind when they hear that word. Kimono is Japanese and their designs have the basic elements of Chinese culture and symbols.

There are many types of kimono and projects are modernized over time. The types of kimono vary according to the occasion and the style of the kimono also depends on the place or mood of the circumstance that is worn. There are specific kimonos for formal or semi-formal occasions.

Tumesode and Furisode are the favorite types of kimonos for formal occasions. They are structured in silk and are quite expensive but are worth their value.

The homing or tsukesage are the ones you can wear during semi-formal parties or tea tastings. They are made of silk or sometimes of fine cotton in spring or summer.

Yukata is another form of kimono popular in men and women. In practice, it is worn as pajamas or after a traditional bath, but today it has been adapted as a comfortable bathrobe. It is also very fashionable.

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