Kimono long jacket


Characteristics of this Kimono long jacket:

  • Material: Cotton, Linen, Viscose
  • Comfortable kimono jacket
  • Cold water wash to preserve the fabric
  • Ideal in any season
  • Light material for optimal comfort

The sizes of our kimono jackets correspond to Asian sizes. We recommend that you take one or two sizes larger than your usual size.

Example: If you are used to wearing M, choose size L or XL.

For more information on the dimensions of kimono jackets, you can refer to the table below.

Length (inches) Bust (inches) Sleeves (inches) Shoulders (inches)
M 42,5 40,2 24,4 17,7
L 43,3 41,7 24,8 18,1
XL 44,1 43,3 25,6 18,5
XXL 114 45,7 26 19,3
3XL 44,9 48 26,4 19,6
4XL 46,4 50,4 27,2 20,1
5XL 47,2 52,8 27,6 20,5

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Although robe coats are not made use of with a traditional obi belt, they are typically freely connected with tiny ties or curved with a belt. These belts can easily be completely tied and knotted to bring an added information to the haori.

A haori with a light and also fluid material, extremely positive to wear over a Tees in summertime or mid-season.

A kimono jacket is generally much shorter than a typical bathrobe and does not shut.

Remain elegant in any kind of season with this Kimono long jacket.

This stylish and stylish garment belongs to the metropolitan society and also stands for the fashion of Japanese pop artists. Full your attire with a set of large tennis shoes as well as a cap prior to heading out on the community or seeing your friends. 

The robe jacket is a day-to-day style as well as can be incorporated with all your garments.

A haori  with a standard Japanese pattern to embrace a original and one-of-a-kind jacket in your summer closet. The material is fluid, light as well as sufficient, which makes this coat a very pleasurable garment to wear in any kind of period.

This Japanese linen and also cotton coat is best for a casual yet elegant look. You can wear it for a weekend brunch or a sophisticated occasion like a wedding celebration. With its thick as well as breathable material, this Kimono long jacket is best whatever the season.

For Japanese style fashion aficionados, this is a really great Japanese jacket to have in your closet, a haori necessary to sublimate your style.

Worn over a straightforward white tee shirt as well as black denims, this Kimono long jacket transforms your attire to produce a classy style, appropriate for day-to-day life in addition to for a stylish celebration or event.

The history of the kimono and its going along with items is bountiful. Whether in China or Japan, robe fabric and also styles throughout the historic ages have in fact advanced with the economic gains of a developing middle class, equal rights of style for women as well as guys and also as a result a lot more.

This Japanese haori is extremely comfortable to put on in summer with its light and moving material. Threaded over a white T-shirt like a t-shirt or a coat, this Japanese garment will certainly delight all the followers of Japan.

Our team really hopes that your Kimono long jacket will certainly influence you as much as it motivates us.

An one-of-a-kind robe jacket with broad sleeves as well as straight cut for your greatest convenience. Suitable to wear in summertime to bring an exotic touch to your design.

An extremely classy robe coat with a soft, light and supple fabric for an enjoyable feel.

Bathrobe coats were substantially affected by the Han Chinese apparel utilized during the Chinese Qing Dynasty.

When you believe concerning robes, Kimono coats are usually what you may think about.

Bathrobe jackets likewise called "haori" is a bathrobe design jacket that is generally put on over a kosode.

Robe coats are traditionally made from satin or silk weaves.

Sleeveless kimono coats were initially part of the apparel used on samurai shield.

At Just Ten Time, heritage as well as background mix into every piece we sell.

Up until the early 1800s, just men can wear a robe jacket. It was just later that geishas in Tokyo integrated kimono jackets into their wardrobe, making this clothes prominent.