Thursday, 9 July 2009

Eggplant coloured yukata

sadly, it's cold again.
On the other hand, perfect for wearing kimono to work.
I chose my eggplant coloured yukata with Morning Glory pattern.
Paired with a green hanahaba for yukata. I did wear nagayuban as these china made yukata have fake collar-guards so I can't slit an eri-shin in. Normally I loosen some threads in the side to insert one, but now I flt being in a bit of a hurry that wasn't the best idea.. Nagayuban works too.
It is also possible to tie the kimono in such a way the nagayuban isn't seen, I could have done that, but it occurred to me only when I saw the pictures and realized it's too formal this way...
Because of the hanhaba obi tied in a "real" yukata musubi. And, everything looks absolutely collapsed after the whole day in the store and two very windy bike-rides, *sigh*
Then the tabi, it's all a bit too much of a mismatch. On the other hand, I was comfortably warm and everybody in the store liked it, so I should not be too hard on myself.
But... next time I am in japan I will buy this special cute obi-makura I saw for yukata musubi and a back obi-ita, I like those!
I just couldn't remember why I liked this yukata so much the first time I dressed, and then I remembered, I paired her with a soft sage green hakata ori, that looked way more dressed.

5 comments:

Katie said...

I love the combination of colors between this yukata and obi!

Jen said...

A "Back" obi ita? Those exist?

The yukata is really cute, though. I like it!

Misuchi said...

Thank you both!
And yes, back obi-its really exist, they are actually for bridal wear and furisode.

Kyuukaryuko said...

That hanhaba obi is very cute! I like those that have little pattern on it, those are so sweet. And the yukata is pretty! I'm always afraid to buy yukata with such a bold pattern, but maybe I just have to try ^_^

ROTA said...

I really like the colors of this yukata and it looks pretty and bright.