This beautiful seaform colored ro kimono features an overall floral pattern. Ro kimono are worn during the warmest of weather, and are considered more formal than yukata. Typically these kinds of kimono are worn in layers with a ro juban under it.
- Yukata Conditon: B, this kimono has a few different visible disclorations on it. Most notable are some discolorations around the collar.
- Wrist To Wrist: 52 in - 132.08 cm
- Back Width: 25 in - 63.5 cm
- Total Length: 57.5 in - 146.05 cm
Ro, ra, and sha are the 3 very lose gauze like fabric styles that kimono can come for warm weather attire. There are even ro obi, obiage, and obijime. Summer attire such as ro should be cordinated with an all ro set that includes a ro juban.