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|Featured Article - Fashion Style: Kimono Hime
Page from KimonoHime Volume 10
The main focus of the Kimono-Hime style is to create a modern-vintage vibe with your outfit, combining antique kimono and obi with modern western accessories. Each publication of Kimono-Hime has its own focus upon a particular aspect of the style.
The title and focus of the first 6 books was an "Antique & Cheap" kimono look, with the others covering "Formal Occasions", "Yukata", "Magnificent Antiques", and the buying of various accessories. (See Kimono Hime)
Kimono-Hime style often uses:
- Antique/vintage kimono, juban, and obi
- Bold patterns
- Striped/patterned socks/tabi
- Multiple accessories, including gloves, necklaces, hats, scarves, hairpieces, and large bags
- geta, okobo, or western footwear
- Multiple layers (showing the layers, meaning the juban is longer than the kimono at hem and sleeves)
- Patterned juban collar/haneri
| Featured Picture|
A young maiko models the typical
traditional hairstyle worn for the
1927 Miyako Odori
Quarrelling Karasu. Copyright Blue Ruin 1
To read more about karasu as a motif,
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