Jacket / Blue / Sashiko style *woven*

kr 2,400

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SKU: Jacket-BE005 Categories: ,


100% pure silk
Tsumugi(Pongee) silk type

This jacket is one-size-fits-all.
Body length: 101,5 cm
Bust: 58 cm (Maximum)
Sleeves and shoulder total length: 157 cm
Both sides of the fabric have same pattern.
Therefore most of people fit in if you roll up the sleeves in case they are too long.
Collar length: 8,5 cm

Colour and pattern
Pattern is woven by 2 different blue threads on the 2 different stripe blue.
This pattern has similarity to Sashiko stitching.

2 pockets

There are some brown dots. However the overall condition is good.
This item is made of a vintage kimono which is why there are minor stains on the fabric.

Please note that each garment is an environmentally friendly product made by a vintage kimono and therefore the textile might have minor damages and stains although the fabrics are carefully chosen.
We appreciate your understanding for the signs of time.
Please feel free to contact info@onokimono.com before adding to the shopping cart if you have any questions.

The fabric is 100% kimono silk.
Please do not wash in the washing machine.
It is recommended to use a professional cleaning company.
In case you want to wash the item by hand please follow the instructions as below.

1. Fill a clean sink or large bowl with cold water.
2. Add a very mild detergent to the water and agitate the water to mix in the detergent.
3. Hand-wash the silk item by gently water. Repeat this several times in order to move it up and down in the soapy water through the fabric.
(When cleaning, the color of the item may be lost somewhat so it is recommended to wash the item alone)
4. Empty the sink or bowl.
5. Rinse the item in cold water until all soap residue has been removed.
6. Press the water out of the fabric by rolling it in a towel. Do not twist or wring, as this will damage the fabric.
7. Hang the wet garment and allow it to air dry completely. Avoid direct sun-light .
8. Iron only when absolutely necessary. Use low temperature when ironing and press cloth between the iron and the fabric.