Geisha wear kimono more subdued in pattern and colour than both regular women's kimono, and the kimono worn by apprentice geisha.
Even kimono that have not been hand-crafted will constitute a relatively high expense when bought new, as even for one outfit, a number of accessories of the right formality and appearance must be bought.
By 1986, Kubota had added ten more kimono to the series, and expanded his concept from kimono reflecting the golden light of autumn to kimono that showed winter.
Contrary to popular belief, the variation and experimentation visible in the history of kimono shows that kimono were - and remain to this day - a fashion system and industry, with its own rapidly-changing popular styles and trends, whereas this used to be thought of as a Western phenomenon.
It is believed that this fire changed fashion customs among Japanese women, who discarded the traditional kimono since kimono-clad women did not wear underwear.
Men may wear kimono only, or (for more formal occasions) a combination of kimono and [...] (a long, divided or undivided skirt worn over the kimono).
Formality guidelines for kimono have also relaxed, to the point that the divide between wearing [...] and other types of formal kimono is now one more of age, rather than marital status, with young women past their early twenties generally wearing shorter sleeved kimono instead.
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