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"Cool by the Pool" Yukata Kimono
"Cool by the Pool" Yukata Kimono


 
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Retro Lime Green
Our Price: $75.00
Material: Cotton
Length: 58"
Width: 51" Wrist to Wrist
Body: 58" Waist/Hips
Condition: Very Good Vintage

Quantity in Stock:1
Shipping: Orders received before 11am EST ship same day via USPS. Otherwise, next business day.
Product Code: 0618WK21


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Yes - Red [Add $10.00]
Yes - White/Cream [Add $10.00]

Shorten this kimono?:
Yes, Shorten to 45" [Add $25.00]

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"Cool by the Pool" Yukata Kimono

A yukata is a summer kimono, made in cotton and easy to care for - just pop it in the washer (gentle cycle). Japanese women wear them to summer festivals and close them using a colorful contrasting colored obi. See video below on how to put on a yukata in the traditional way.

Great retro pattern of rounded geometric elements in a bright lime green on white. Can't hide poolside in this yukata! As usual with a white yukata, there are blemishes on back and front left sleeve, but it's too cool to take apart for fabric. See photo above.

If you'd like this yukata shortened to 45" (a standard robe length), we can do this for $25. Just choose the option above and allow up to two extra days for shipping. We machine-stitch a fold on the inside of the kimono at the waist to shorten the length. The fold flap is on the inside of the kimono, and the stitching from the sewn fold would be hidden under a belt when the kimono is worn. This is the traditional way of shortening a kimono, rather than hemming it at the bottom. We do not cut the fabric, so the kimono can be returned to its original length in the future.

These also make great robes, and can be worn with one of our simple sashes. We also sell Japanique Robes - vintage kimono with a shortened length and matching belt - great for lounging!

Wearing Yukata

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