Gaiam's kimono, while not as long as a traditional kimono, measuring 55 inches from shoulder to hem, is still beautiful enough to hang on the wall for display, but why would you want to do that?
If you love the look of Caribbean Joe, but are not fond of the Kimono Print Halterkini featured at Macy's, then turn your attention to the Twins R In Caribbean Joe style available at Dillard's.
Purchasing a wedding kimono can be expensive, but worth it if you want to display the kimono in your home after the wedding or want to have an heirloom for future children.
Junihitoe, which means "twelve-layered robe," is an incredibly expensive and complex layered kimono costume reserved for extremely important events, such as a wedding.
You can choose a shawl-like collar, which snuggles close to your neck for additional warmth and comfort, or a kimono style, which basically has no collar and makes the garment look more like a V-neck in the front.
Many vintage clothing shops have a special section just for kimonos, and while a very old kimono in good condition will be exorbitant, you can often find nice older satin ones for as little as $20.
These structures look more authentic than tents and are perfect for a couple who want a traditional look to their Asian wedding, from the wedding kimono to the pagoda reception area.
In the under $50 range, you can purchase a basic waffle robe, a loop terry, a velour kimono robe, men's wraps, ladies' wraps, and terry cover-ups for the kids!
It is actually two kimonos: a white brocade kimono worn during the ceremony and then a separate colorful kimono called a uchikake, worn during the reception.
US kimono (garments) appeared, in which inks of several colors were made use of; but these were only employed in turn for single printings, and in no case were two of them used on the same print.