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Colorful Wedding Kimono from Scena D’uno 2010

Using a traditional western wedding dress fabric — lace instead of silk or satin usually utilized for traditional kimonos — for the bridal coat, a truly unique fusion modern kimono is born. Don’t you just love the purple on lavender color scheme?

UCHIKAKE the Another Wedding Kimono. This beautiful UCHUKAKE is usually brocaded or embroidered with the motif of congratulations such as cranes, pines, and a bounty of flowers. It is believed that UCHIKAKE started to be worn by the high-class samurai family women in the Muromachi era (1336–1573). During the Edo era (1603–1868), UCHIKAKE became a more common kimono for the high-class women like the oiran in Yoshiwara, and since then it has been recognized as a wedding kimono.

Uchikake ~ a highly formal kimono worn by a bride or at a stage performance. It is supposed to be worn outside the actual kimono (called kakeshita or kosode) and obi (sash), as a sort of coat.

Japanese Fashion - Kimono

Japanese Fashion - Kimono- NOTE THE SHAPE especially the layering at the v-neck with thin silks and the petal furling of the robe and skirt. Also, sleeves add an interesting scarf/shawl/wrap dimension and could move interestingly.

Japanese KIMONO for wedding

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Uchikake for traditional wedding.. Make me wanna give up dress and do them in Japanese style..!

Bride in kakeshita (wedding kimono) and uchikake (over-robe), both brightly colored for an auspicious future.

Japanese Kimono Dress | Black, pink and animal print obi sash for a punk rock bride. Don’t ...

Colorful Wedding Kimono from Scena D’uno 2010

Incredibly detailed wedding kimono. Along with blooming flowers, it looks like it may feature cranes-- birds which often mate for life. Photo by Robert Stein III (rs3art on Flickr)

Incredibly detailed wedding kimono. Along with blooming flowers, it looks like it may feature cranes-- birds which often mate for life. Photo by Robert Stein III (rs3art on Flickr)

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