When it comes to kimono, we will firstly think of Japanese for the kimono is now an international Japanese symbol. However, it was originally brought to Japan by Chinese in the 8th century AD. As time goes by, silk kimono is an eternal fashion trend.
Today, people across the world are wearing silk kimono. Silk kimono has become easy to wear loungewear item that brings effortless elegance to the wearer, although it began as a traditional type of clothing. The conventional silk kimono has essentially remained unaltered for hundreds of years, and its wrap-around design continues to fascinate.
Today, more and more people wear silk kimono before bedtime or in the morning hours because it is lightweight and comfortable. However, Japanese people will choose different kimonos for different occasions. Silk kimonos come in various styles like luxurious and intricate formal kimonos, and less sophisticated casual kimonos.
Silk kimono is famous for its incredibly long and wide sleeves and the broad belt above the waist line. And, the kimono’s left side always comes over the right side.
Over history, kimono has traditionally been made of silk. Today, however, only the highest quality kimonos are made of silk. Silk is considered the ideal fabric for kimono, for it can drape body perfectly and offer a luxurious feeling.