The human race hasn’t quite figured out time travel—yet—but people are finding other ways to explore alternate eras of existence. One approach is through historical dresses, in which an individual dons the garments that people from a particular time period would wear.
For generations, Japanese style has been defined by a single garment: the kimono.
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A post shared by Erica (@nailsbyerica_x3) on Dec 7, 2017 at 7:25pm PST During the holidays, there’s one thing you can count on—ugly sweaters. Once a shameful part of your closet, these garish garments are now a celebrated part of your winter wardrobe. The trend has been thriving for years thanks to themed parties and office dress-up contests.
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A kimono is traditionally a Japanese garment, but it has, in recent years, undergone cultural transformations. One striking way is via Western influence; for nuptials that combine elements of Japanese culture and Christian traditions, a kimono wedding dress is a popular choice. Another recent collaboration between Norwegian designer T-Michael and Tokyo-based company Y. & Sons blends the aesthetic of the iconic robes with minimalist Scandinavian style.
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Many brides want to feel like a princess on their wedding day.