Resist-dyed purple clouds share the landscape with embroidered painted clouds on this semi-formal kimono, or furisode, meaning “fluttering sleeves.” Notice the small squares of gold and silver leaf applied to the red silk lining. A furisode is the type of kimono worn by unmarried women, characterized by vivid colours, bold patterns and curved mid-length sleeves.

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Can you describe how someone puts on a kimono?

responded: Aug 14, 2012

Posted by Natalie Ambry

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You just put it on, and then you wrar the sash around yourself.I think it would be easy.

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