Since the beginning of recorded history of Japan on this day Kimonos was an integral part of Japanese fashion, adapting to changing lifestyles and trends. Capacity for weaving and dyeing, and the ability of various materials improve over time allowing Kimonos to improve quality and design. Traditional elements of style of clothing and important role in Japan, even today, the family will be wearing royal robes long before the Nara period during special ceremonies and rituals.
Men of old kimonos in Japan was dressed in white, black, brown, blue, gray, and colors tend to be more vigilant than those worn by women. Some waste, slim chassis connected to a node on the back was wearing. This was known as Obi. During the summer, very hot and humid in Japan, yukata worn it like a kimono, but it is much lighter and usually white or blue. The floral motifs and bright colors are usually popular with women dressed in kimonos. In martial arts films, you see dressed in Japanese hakama, or pleated pants, their kimonos. Spouse may decide to wear haori, a sort of jacket, his kimono and hakama. Material allows the twisted knot tied in fantasy haori closed.
One young woman even a light kimono worn Furisode circulates around the ankles. Married women may choose to spend a similar style, but with short sleeves. Fetish is catchy and can often be up to 30 inches in width and 4 meters in length to take the entire hour to connect properly. At the wedding the bride wear white kimono with red or orange kimono outside. Growth patterns and prints that were traditionally bear children and adults is rare.
Although not as often as they were old kimono in Japan, they can often still be seen on some Japanese holidays. A special technique used for kimonos. The fabric is at least 14 meters in length and 40 cm is cut into eight pieces and then sewn so as to not create waste. Much of the material and embroidery of Chinese origin.
Japan is no longer the only country expected that differences in kimono fashion trends worldwide. It is easy to adapt to wearing a skirt or pants. You can buy Japanese fabric and make dresses, shirts, kimonos and courses.