Kimonos For Women

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Kimonos for women

In Japan, women's long kimono are traditional japanese clothing female worn at special events such as tea ceremonies or weddings. In summer, the kimono is often replaced by the yukata, a lighter and more comfortable cotton kimono.

Worn by women, Japanese style kimono can be worn for various occasions and create different looks. Textiles are also very varied, ranging from polyester to silk satin. Sometimes they can be used as pyjamas, dressing gowns and bathrobes for a casual style, and sometimes they can be skillfully knotted to serve as evening gowns. The most daring among you will dare to wear colorful kimonos while others will prefer a black kimono, more sober. In any case, they will be able to highlight your feminine features in the most beautiful way.

Whether it is for an event, a Cosplay costume party or to complete your casual weekend outfit, our selection of Japanese kimono for women is there to meet all your expectations.

For lovers of Japanese culture, the long kimono or kimono dress will always be trendy and ideal for special occasions such as a party or a wedding. Even if the garment is straight, the obi belt, a wide belt, marks the waist to emphasize the curves of your silhouette and the long sleeves bring lightness to the kimono.

We draw your attention to the fact that the sizes of our women's kimonos correspond to Asian sizes, so it is important to consult the size guide in each description before making your choice.

Light, ample and pleasant to wear, the women's kimono also makes an excellent indoor garment, you can wear it as a night gown or a bathing dress. With its floral prints, its cherry blossoms, its flights of cranes or its Japanese landscapes printed on it, there is no reason not to be elegant even when you get out of the bath.

The kimono for women is the traditional Japanese costume par excellence. This Japanese garment is made of a large fabric decorated with traditional Japanese patterns that closes in front by crossing the left side on the right side and holds in place thanks to a wide belt, the obi. The sleeves are very wide and long, even reaching the ground in some cases. The shoes worn with this traditional garment are often geta, kind of wooden sandals, with Japanese tabi socks that separate the big toe from the rest of the toes.