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Maple Kimono / Haori by The Lowest of Low

Maple 2020 Kimono / Haori


Elegant kimono style robes, with wide bell sleeves and a midi length, they work surprisingly well as a wrap dress or top (dress it up with a nice obi if you have one!!) or hanging loose over your outfit as a Haori (jacket).  These do not have a seam down the back so they lie perfectly flat, and they have some rather nice wide elacticized loops discretely placed at the sides to keep the ribbon-style tie that comes with it in place, like a western-style robe.  Of course, you can also just wear it as a dressing gown robe or to cover up after swimming or a shower, too. Or a smoking jacket! Woo!  They've got a lovely weight to them (without being heavy), so they really do make you feel truly luxurious when you wear them.


Whether you plan to wear it outside as a cool stand-out addition to your wardrobe or just lounge in your house with it, it's stunning and silky-slinky and will make you feel good just having it on.  Vibrant, rich colours, and a sexy smooth feeling annnd it's machine-washable, so there's all the elegance of an actual kimono without the worry and fuss of how to keep it looking great over the years.


Beautifully made, with modern style and convenience in mind, we hope these will bring happiness, order and harmony to your life for a long time to come.  Traditional Japanese elegance with updated practical care and styling for everyday use, these feature our Maple 2020 print pattern to bring a little bit of vibrant joy to your everyday life.


  • Material: 100% polyester with a silky smooth satin finish.
  •  Kimono cut with bell sleeves and midi length (I'm 5'3", and they come down to my knees).
  • Incredibly well made! Suitable for party wear and everyday street wear. Really, you can wear it outside and get lots of compliments. Or luxuriate around in it inside, it's up to you.
  • Machine washable and dries quickly.
  • The print will never fade (sublimation printing magic!)


Available Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL


Please check the sizing chart and order appropriately for your body (There is some "give" in the sizing, because I think the measurements given are for the kimono to be fairly well wrapped, but loose and flowey is better than tight and worrisome for this style, so please don't second-guess. Just order the size that most approximates your measurements, within an inch or two, and it should fit perfectly). 


The photos sent to us by the workshop show a female human modelling, but I see no reason at all to believe it is a "female-only" thing.

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