Made to be worn open over long kimono, Haori feature colorful patterns and traditional methods of decorative craftsmanship. The garment has a simple design with square, draping sleeves, but has interesting details like small decorative ties that act as accent pieces on the front.
Pair our vintage Haori with a simple tee and jeans (or maxi skirt) for a unique casual look. Worn with a collared button-up shirt and skirt or pants, the haori jacket acts as a loose-fitting blazer. Versatile, comfortable, and distinctive.
Shibori is a Japanese resist-dyeing technique that has been around longer than any other fabric dyeing method. The pattern is made by binding, stitching, folding, twisting, compressing, dyeing, and then releasing the binding pressure to reveal the pattern. Each and every detail represents a tied knot made by an artisans’ hand.