Cross-over neckline dress with kimono sleeves made in a breathable Chita cotton. This is a great piece for the summer, best layered with our v-neck cotton tops.
This garment utilizes the original width of tenugui hand towels which are sewn together to create the bodice. Batting is added to the neckline to simulate traditional kimono collars. Kohaze (slip clasp) closure keeps the neckline from being too wide.
・2 pockets (one on each side)
※Due to being hand crafted uniquely, each piece will have varying print placement that cannot be specifically selected.
※Due to the nature of the dye used, color saturation and some minor print discrepancy may exist.
About Chita Cotton
Chita cotton was produced in the Chita peninsula of the Aichi Prefecture during the Edo Period. Even now, Chita cotton fabric is woven by the shuttle loom created in the Meiji era. This beautiful and sturdy material is used for many articles of clothing including yukata and jinbei, as well as small items such as tenugui hand towels which have a 50cm width.
※Suggested to wash alone for first time. Wash in a mesh laundry bag on delicate cycle, cold water. Do not hand wash.
※Do not wash with white or light colored garments to avoid color transfer.
※Do not leave soaking; air dry immediately after wash.
※Do not tumble dry; air dry hanging upside down to avoid stretching the neckline.
※Color may transfer from or onto other garments through repeated rubbing contact.
※Iron indirectly with cloth or towel between iron and garment.
※※ Model is 154cm/5’1″ and wearing a size Women S ※※
Women S (Length:105cm/41.3in, Sleeve length:61.0cm/24.0in, Chest:130cm/51.1in, Cuff width:32cm/12.6in)
Women M (Length:105cm/41.3in, Sleeve length:65.5cm/25.7in, Chest:136cm/53.5in, Cuff width:34cm/13.3in)
※Garment will shrink approximately 3cm in length and around the bust after wash.
※Size dimension will vary slightly from those listed above due to the material used in manufacture.
●Material Chita Cotton 100%
●Print by Yahata Print Ltd, Takeichi Ltd, Kyobi Print Co.
●Manufactured by Reunion Konan
●Made in Kyoto, Japan