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Novice Karate Group (ages 8 & up)

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Kimonos are never ever boring. When you feel like your outfit needs an extra pop of color and texture, but you want to stay breezy, a kimono is everything you're looking for. Casual never looked so cool. With kimonos, the bolder print the better. That's why our collection is filled with interesting patterns and sleeve styles that will help you stand out and give your outfits that little something special. Lace, fringe, and tassel details bring these kimono robes to the next level, instantly transforming a jeans and t-shirt outfit to a look that says fun and chic. There are so many shapes and lengths to choose from when it comes to our kimonos. Go extra-long and chunky with a heavily knitted fabric, or go lightweight and sheer with a floral chiffon robe with frayed hem detailing. No matter the vibe you're going for and the weather you're in, we have the perfect finishing touch for your outfit. Have fun with it!


The kimono is the traditional dress of Japan. It's got long sleeves and reaches from the shoulders all the way down to one's heels. Different types of kimono are worn depending on the occasion; kimonos for everyday wear are a lot simpler than those for formal occasions.

Most kimonos are made of silk, although they also come in cotton, wool, and linen. Compared to Western dress, the kimono tends to limit one's movement, and it takes more time to wear and store properly. So most Japanese today wear kimonos only on special occasions like formal gatherings and traditional events.

Examples include the New Year holidays, the Shichi-go-san festival to pray for the healthy growth of children, weddings and funerals, the coming-of-age ceremony to mark one's twentieth birthday, and the graduation ceremony. Except for the Shichi-go-san festival for kids, it's usually just the women who wear kimonos.

Regular kimonos can accommodate wearers of all heights and sizes because their length and width are adjusted using an assortment of strings. In wearing a kimono, women first put on a pair of tabi (socks split between the big toe and other toes), then put on a hada-juban undergarment and naga-juban inner kimono, holding them in place with a string around the waist. The outer kimono is then worn, its length being adjusted with another string around the torso. Finally, the belt is fastened with an ornamental knot.

A typical ensemble for women requires more than 10 separate items, including three or four types of string. Men's kimonos are easier to wear, but a complete outfit usually also requires a haori half coat and hakama trousers.

Our men's kimono are handsome, sophisticated & soft. Our traditional male kimono or yukata are perfect for lazing around, getting ready or out. Our Short Japanese kimonos known as Happi Coat and Haori are an awesome kimono jacket.

Beautiful Robes curates & designs artful Japanese Kimonos. With unsurpassed Australian service and style, we are a trusted destination since 2010 for silk, cotton & satin kimonos for him & her, for home or out.

We all love a good pamper, but why not bring that feeling of luxury into your everyday life? 100% silk kimonos are the epitome of luxurious loungewear, custom printed with permanent reactive inks. Available in 3 unique styles, silk kimonos are a stylish accessory to throw on top of your favourite look as well as the perfect at home relaxation outfit. Add a little luxury to your life with a custom printed silk kimono! 041b061a72


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