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Sunset Peonies

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This particular style of kimono is known as a tsukesage. There's a very close relation to the tsukesage called a 'houmongi'. The differences between the two styles of kimono are minimal and are fine to be worn to the same events. Both styles are characterized by patterns that flow over the shoulders, hemline and sleeves.

Because the designs have a tendency not to become 'broken' across the seams on houmongi, they rank slightly higher than the tsukesage. Both kimono may (traditionally) be worn by both married and unmarried women. Often friends of the bride will wear this style of kimono at weddings and receptions! They may also be worn to any formal party.

A lovely piece to add to your collection or to gift to your favorite kimono lover for their collection.This kimono is in very good shape and would be fine to wear out to your favorite event!

*Measurements coming soon!*

*If interested, will be available immediately upon request.

$85.00
Maximum quantity available reached.