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Kimono is the traditional dress for the people of Japan. The kimono is a T-shaped, wrapped front outfit with square sleeves, kimono originally means “something you wear”.
Kimonos usually range from casual to formal wears, and was worn by the Japanese everyday, but now times have changed and fashion has evolved. They now wear them on important occasions and sometimes just for fun.
Africans liked the way the kimono looked and decided to be creative, and start using Ankara fabrics to sew beautiful kimono dresses and jackets
The Ankara Kimono usually comes in 3 different lengths. You can have the short kimono jacket, The midi kimono jacket and the long kimono jacket.
These kimono jackets can be worn to all occasions, like work,church,school and so on and so forth. Ankara kimonos literally goes with everything.
I have taken my time to compile some beautiful and unique Ankara kimono styles for you to try;
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