View topic - Making Japanese Dresses
Well, my mother she makes dresses for brides and the like. She got to see a model in a magazine wearing a yukata and she fell in love with that japanese dress - man she REALLY likes it - so I'm asking to any people (preferrably japanese, I guess) who knows how to make yukata (if any) or knows japanese lady who makes it, please help showing models or explaining. My mother promises sending colombian recipes - colombian food tastes, it does taste - or any other. Again, please help us.
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http://www.geocities.com/anne_liese_w/J ... kimono.htm
When I first read the thread, I was wondering what a Japanese dress would be like. I thought they would be actual dresses that had become popular creations in Japan while I wasn't looking. But then again, if they call those designs that Chinese women wear dresses, calling a kimono or yukata a dress is just as fair.
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