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"Soft Sage" Woman's Shibori Michiyuki
"Soft Sage" Woman's Shibori Michiyuki

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Understated colors
Our Price: $99.00
Material: Silk
Length (inches): 30"
Width (inches): 51" Wrist to Wrist
Body (inches): 46" 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: 0518WM10

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Convert to Japanique Jacket?:
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"Soft Sage" Woman's Shibori Michiyuki

A meandering, hazy fog design, with the cloudy areas filled with florals and waves. Lovely understated tones of taupe, gray-green, and a bit of periwinkle here and there.

There is a slight blemish on the front, see photos.

Square neck line, inner ties to keep the hemline straight, and a hidden pocket on the right front panel, see photo with white scarf tucked in it. This one also has a tag from the design house - Yamato.

Michiyuki are a narrow garment, fastened with snaps that will open if the fit is too tight. (The measurement we give is the jacket snapped closed, so your hips and waist measurement should be several inches smaller than the hips/waist measurement we give.) If you like this michiyuki but need more room, we can convert this to our Japanique Jacket style for $15 more. Just select the option above when ordering. Allow for an extra two days before we can ship. See the video below for a description on the different styles of kimono jackets, and click here to see our other Japanique Jackets.

Shibori is "Japanese tie-dye", where an artisan stitches along a stenciled image on the fabric, pulling the threads tightly to create a resist. The fabric is then dyed and when the threads are released, the pattern is revealed. There are dozens of shibori techniques, with the most common these days called kaneko (referring to the spots on a fawn), where an often elaborate pattern is created by hundreds of tiny dots. Kyoto is famous for this kaneko style. Watch the video below to learn more.

Michiyuki were worn over the kimono (which showed at the neck) on chilly days. Michi means "street" and yuki refers to "going out".

Kimono Jackets
Shibori Technique

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