Sunday, 8 January 2017

Vintage Kimono Jacket in Pink Shades

Happy New Year!

I hope it's not too late to say it.

It's been a while since my last post where I wrote about some vintage haori or kimono jackets that had just arrived. However, I hadn't really written about each kimono. Well, I am starting today with some of them, the pink ones!

Pink kimono are so lovely. I fell in love with them when I was doing vintage kimono hunting and immediately my eyes were drawn to these pink kimonos. They come in different shades such as rose pink, ombre pink, coral pink, thulian pink and soft terracotta. Three of them are made of silk: terracotta shibori silk haori with tatebiki kanoko (linked dots) motif; soft coral pink rinzu silk kimono jacket with kasumi (mist) and tsuyushiba (dew drops on the grass); and thulian pink with Japanese scenic motif. The other two are made of synthetic fabric or polyester: coral pink haori with tatebiki kanoko shibori motif (but this one is not shibori itself) and momiji motif and ombre pink rose kimono jacket with momiji komon motif.

Vintage Terracotta Shibori Silk Kimono Jacket with Tatebiki Kanoko Motif


Vintage Terracotta Shibori Silk Kimono Jacket with Tatebiki Kanoko Motif



Vintage Silk Haori in Coral Pink Haori With Kasumi Tsuyushiba Floral Motif

Vintage Silk Haori in Coral Pink Haori With Kasumi Tsuyushiba Floral Motif


Vintage Silk Kimono Jacket Haori in Thulian Pink

Vintage Silk Kimono Jacket Haori in Thulian Pink


Ombre Coral Vintage Haori With Tatebiki Kanoko and Momiji Leaf Motif

Ombre Coral Vintage Haori With Tatebiki Kanoko and Momiji Leaf Motif


Ombre Rose Vintage Haori With Momiji Leaf Komon Motif

Ombre Rose Vintage Haori With Momiji Leaf Komon Motif

These vintage kimono jackets or haori can be purchased on my vintage & supplies shop on etsy Jagatara Art Vintage & Supplies.


https://www.etsy.com/shop/JagataraArtVintSup


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    1. Thank you! These are vintage kimono jackets or haori as it is called in Japanese.

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