|Blue music komon|
As you can see in these photos, it has an all-over stripe pattern as well as a subtle grid in lighter blue. The drum/flower pattern is small and covers the whole kimono, this style print is called komon. The repeated pattern makes it casual but it can be dressed up for an outing with a more formal obi. Compared to western clothing, it's probably equivalent to a casual daytime dress. For kimono, it is the lowest in rank for formality.The subtle coloring tells me it's not for a young lady, but for a married woman.
|Detail of the tsuzumi pattern|
|+ my olive green shippo obi, carmine pink|
shibori obiage, and pale pink and silver obijime
Next: coordinating the green iromuji!
|+ a peach wool hanhaba obi, cream, obi age, and turquoise blue obijime|
|+ Beige yabane hanhaba obi, carmine pink|
shibori obiage, dark red obijime
|+ Hawk nagoya obi, carmine pink obiage, and|
(Not shown) red obijime
|+ hot pink rose nagoya obi,|
cream obijime and obiage.