Tomesode is a formal kimono worn by married women. There is a pattern only at the bottom, plus mon (crests) on the sleeves and shoulders. The more mon (one, three or five), the more formal the occasion it may be worn at.
Foreigners, sometimes wear tomesode loose over their clothes (jeans or dress) or display it as décor.
Period: approx. 1980's
Material: Silk, textured, rough feeling
Condition: Stains are easy to spot on lining, some discoloration on collar;
Arm Lenght / Yukitake: 65cm
Sleeve Drop / Sodetake: 50cm
Lenght / Mitake: 160cm
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