Teal silk kasuri worn with a Taisho Roman era (1912-1926) chuuya obi featuring yuzen dye techniques. The modern wild mushroom obiage is from Kimonotte. A dark red and turquoise stripe haori brings out the teal and soft turquoise in the kimono and obi.
|Campari and soda anyone?|
|The other side of the chuuya obi is black shusu silk with turquoise stripes|
|Husband took this photo- there was a cactus coming out of my head, so I cropped it!|
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