Furisode Kimono - Lavender with pastel flowers

Furisode Kimono - Lavender with pastel flowers

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In Japanese, the word ‘furisode’ (振袖) means ‘swinging sleeves’. These kimono are the most formal rank for young girls and have the longest sleeves of all. Another aspect that sets them apart is that their designs are brighter and more colourful than standard kimono. Swinging long sleeves around was also said to get rid of demons and purify the area - giving luck and good health to everyone nearby. Furisode are perfect for weddings, especially for brides or family to the bride or groom. Additionally, furisode are typically worn by young women for seijinshiki (成人式) coming of age ceremony.  

This furisode kimono features pink cherry blossoms, violet wisterias, white plum flowers, peach peony, white iris, purple bell flowers, and beautiful chrysanthemums against a striking deep purple background

This is a completely lined 100% silk furisode with a white to lavender fading gradient on the interior of the kimono

Condition: good
Material: silk outer, silk lining
Care: dry clean only

身丈 Length: 157cm
裄丈 Cuff to mid-back: 64cm
袖丈 Sleeve Length: 104.5cm

Made in Japan

振袖 ふりそで