This is Ai from KAPUKI staff.
Before introducing the coordination, I would like to introduce myself a little bit.
((Scroll for those who are interested in coordination))
My name is "Ai". Hiragana.
Her charm point is the braided pigtails that grow out of her bob♡
Born in Osaka and raised in Osaka, a native Naniwa kid! ! !
I came from Osaka to this longing KAPUKI.
I met KAPUKI four years ago, around the time I graduated from high school, in the spring of 2019 when things started getting warmer.
"If you don't feel your destiny, don't wear it. 』
Those words and the one-of-a-kind furisode and coordination are just amazing! Cool!
I couldn't help but insist...
On Coming-of-Age Day, I wore my aunt's brown kimono with a KAPUKI fukuro obi [cloisonné white].
Actually, I was a customer of KAPUKI.
It would be a long story if I talked about that day when I first saw KAPUKI, which I longed for.
In the next blog, I will talk passionately about "Ai-chan sunny day. Volume" lol!
Then I entered a kimono vocational school in Osaka.
I want to be a member of KAPUKI all the time, even while I'm in vocational school! I devoted myself to my studies with this feeling in my heart.
In the spring of my third year as a vocational student, I knocked on the door of KAPUKI, and during the summer vacation I was allowed to study at KAPUKI as an intern for a month and a half.
After that, I wore KAPUKI's long-sleeved kimono [Aimatsu] and graduated from a vocational school.
Again, my thoughts are too clogged,
I will send it to you in the volume "Thoughts for Ai-chan's Graduation Hakama."♪
And then, I officially joined KAPUKI as a member.
I am full of gratitude ♡
I have a lot to study and I'm inexperienced, but KAPUKI's! Everyone! I will do my best with my Naniwa spirit to help you, so please continue to support me.
I was supposed to introduce myself briefly, but I ended up talking for a long time.
I can't say enough about it, so I would be happy if you could accompany me on the sequel ♡
Thank you for waiting. Now, let me introduce the coordination that I wore for New Year's greetings.
I'm basically made up of red, black, and gray, so I packed my favorite colors and patterns.
The furisode worn is [Gyogichi Chrysanthemum Flower].
Edo Komon is a pattern within a pattern.
At first glance, it looks plain, but it is filled with patterns, and it feels like you are wearing traditional art.
The obi that matches such a stylish furisode is too perfect for my liking.
This is [Black Tan Wig] by Hondaya Genbei.
I love this bright red wig that stands out against the black! Doesn't it look like a heart? ♡
Black lacquer is used for black and red lacquer is used for red.
I can't convey it in the picture, so please come and see it.
The furisode and obi were a little stretchy, so I added pop polka dots to the obi.
A little more next year
more! ! ! I wish I could be an adult woman and say hello to the new year.
How was that.
I would be happy if you could refer to it.
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See you next time