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  • 2009.01.20 Tuesday
  • 21:36
A gourgeous Kimono uses a lot of silk, and thus, is expensive. But a Kimono can be passed down from mother to daughter for many generations because the garment can be shortened or lengthened at the shoulders and hips, depending on the strature of a growing child. A Kimono is made from a long piece of cloth 35 com wide. When the stitching that shapes the kimono is pulled out, it returns to the original long pice of cloth. Stitched together again, it becomes another piece of clothing. Unlike dress, the Kimono can be folded flat like paper for easy torage. A kimono is versatile. From clothing, mother to daughter, it can be altered easily over and over again.


It's ture! Here is my photo in my mother's old Kimono even I am 10 cm taller than my mother. I can were after restiching!
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