This vintage silk haori has a marshland design with blowing tree leaves, bamboo and berries by an island in a lovely mix of greens, blues and reds. The lining is silk. When worn traditionally, a haori is meant to hang open in the front to better display the kimono worn under it. Haori also look great when worn with western fashions.
- Haori Condition: B, this haori may have very minor flaws that have no serious impact on wear or presentation. There are some very minor discolorations on their haori, which might be possible to clean.
- Wrist To Wrist: 49.5 in - 125.73 cm
- Back Width: 22.5 in - 57.15 cm
- Back Length: 26.5 in - 76.2 cm
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Direct cooperation with other small businesses located in Japan ensures that we are able to source and acquire the finest of authentic haori. Each and every single haori we import is individually inspected and checked to ensure authenticity and quality. Haori rank in among our top all-time sellers because they are practical everyday attire that can easily be blended into anyone's wardrobe and worn as a fashional if not elegant coat. When wearing your haori, be aware that your haori is intended to hang open in the front, and that they never close in the front. This is because haori are the coats worn atop of kimono, and so they hang open in the front to better complement and display the kimono worn under them. Today haori are popular for wearing with pants, and a shirt during cooler weather.