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Homongi (訪問着): literally translates as visiting wear. Characterized by patterns that flow over the shoulders, seams and sleeves, hōmongi rank slightly higher than their close relative, the tsukesage. Hōmongi may be worn by both married and unmarried women; often friends of the bride will wear hōmongi at weddings and receptions. They may also be worn to formal parties.

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Dropping By for a Visit Dress in Drops

Dear Creatures Dropping By for a Visit Dress. Dressed in this pocketed fit-and-flare dress by Dear Creatures, you make the rounds at your closest friends flats just to show it off - and to catch up, of course! #blue #modcloth

Hōmongi (訪問着): literally translates as visiting wear. Characterized by patterns that flow over the shoulders, seams and sleeves, hōmongi rank slightly higher than their close relative, the tsukesage. Hōmongi may be worn by both married and unmarried women; often friends of the bride will wear hōmongi at weddings (except relatives) and receptions. They may also be worn to formal parties. Pongee Hōmongi were made to promote kimono after WWII. Since Pongee Hōmongi are made from Pongee, they a

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Dropping By for a Visit Dress in Drops

Dropping By for a Visit Dress | Mod Retro Vintage Dresses | ModCloth.com

A picture of two sisters. On the left wearing a tomesode kimono at her sister's wedding (right) wearing a Uchikake - the wedding kimono

Attending my friends wedding reception #houmongi , #訪問着

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(訪問着): literally translates as visiting wear. Characterized by patterns that flow over the shoulders, seams and sleeves, hōmongi rank slightly higher than their close relative, the tsukesage. Hōmongi may be worn by both married and unmarried women; often friends of the bride will wear hōmongi at weddings (except relatives) and receptions. They may also be worn to formal parties

Wedding kimono (uchikake) Japanese, Edo period, 1800–50, Silk damask (rinzu), tie resist-dyed (kaneko shibori) and embroidered with silk and couched with gold-wrapped threads, Long-sleeved outer robe (uchikake), probably for a wedding, of reddish-orange silk damask with design of tie-dyed waves at bottom embroidered with tortoises (minogame) and tie-dyed pine trees above embroidered with flying cranes (tsuru); lined with reddish-orange silk and padded at the hem. MFA