These kinds of obi are most often paired with Komon, Ttukesage, Iromuji, Tsumugi Kimono. They can range in formality based on the design, colors and materials used. These obi are similar to fukuro obi, but their layout and design resemble a nagoya obi. These obi require additional accessories such as a makura, obiage, and obijime for wearing traditionally. When worn with kimono obi do not hold a kimono on a person's body.
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Quick Guide To Women's Obi Formality
Hanhaba Obi = Informal
Tsuke obi = Informal / Casual
Nagoya Obi = Informal / Casual to Semi Formal / Formal
Fukuro Obi = Formal Obi
Maru Obi = Super formal Obi