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Kimono-clad girls are usually not visible out of the festival seasons and special holidays, but they are a sight to be seen.

This is an apparel example of a non western design. It is an oriental inspired Kimono. This would be a popular fashion design in the continent of Asia.

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OBI is a sash for traditional Japanese dress, keikogi worn for Japanese martial arts, and part of kimono outfits. There are many types of OBI, most for women: wide obis made of brocade and narrower, simpler obis for everyday wear. The fanciest and most colourful obis are for young unmarried women. The usage of the obi is regulated by many unwritten rules.

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I just wish I looked better in a kimono.

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