Kimono is a traditional garment worn by the Japanese, and it is actually the national dress of Japan. It is usually a T shaped outfit that is wrapped at the front of the person wearing it. One amazing thing about the kimono is that, it is always worn with the left side wrapped over the right side. The opposite is only done when the person being dressed is dead. So if you are alive and you find yourself in a kimono somewhere in Japan, always remember to wrap the left side over the right, not otherwise.
The kimono is one amazing outfit that comes to play during the cold season. This is because of its ability to cover the body and keep you warm. So, if you are an African who cannot get access to the kimono or you just don't want to look too Japanese, you can just blend it with Ankara. Think about your favourite Ankara print being transformed into a beautiful kimono design that can be worn to elevate your style and keep you warm also.
This amazing outfit can be worn to any place, church, a date and even your office. All you need to do is wear your smart looking casual dress and throw on a kimono made out of your beautiful Ankara fabric. Just like that, you are looking all stylish and keeping yourself warm at the same time. Follow me and take a stroll on my page for more beautiful designs.
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