All the KAPUKI staff went to "JZ Brat" in the Cerulean Hotel!
Recently, I often wear casual denim kimono,
Since it was a live jazz performance, I chose a lace kimono to match the atmosphere of an adult night.
Since the festival is near, the cerulean lobby was decorated with lovely peach blossoms!
At KAPUKI, we propose to our customers a kimono made from crest cloth with a lining as a "lace kimono".
Generally speaking, kimono made of gauze is said to be worn before summer.
At KAPUKI, we have put on the lining of the palace so that you can wear it during the usual lining season.
If it's a black crest, I don't have a problem even if it's worn during the lining season. Right now! We think.
I think that the rules of kimono, of course, are to match the TPO,
There is no problem if you enjoy it as fashionable clothes! I think yes.
Even though it's a kimono, you can wear it like a dress, so it's great for parties! ! !
On this day, I tried matching a black-based half-collar.
Basically, I prefer white half-collar white tabi, but sometimes I wear black half-collar depending on my mood.
A black half-collar or a patterned half-collar will be very useful when you want to coordinate with Western style!
At the end of last year, hairdresser Megumi Kanzaki wore a lace kimono made by KAPUKI for Cartier's YEAR END PARTY.
That was a very nice coordination✨
I'm wearing a gourd-patterned crest from Asami, Kyoto.
In addition to this, you can see various black crests at the store!
It's nice to wear monsa in a single coat and wear it in the summer.
Considering the weather conditions these days, isn't it pretty tough? I think so.
If that is the case, I feel that it is suitable for the current era to wear it when it is comfortable to wear.
And extra ↓
Three cute girls before going out ❤︎
I don't have time, so I'm tying each of them's obi like a centipede competition ❤︎
A long time ago, this kind of scenery must have been seen in various places ❤︎
When I think about it, I feel warm ❤︎
Before you know it, it will be March!
The cherry blossom buds along the Meguro River are starting to swell!
The shopkeeper, Reiko, is also looking forward to seeing you at the store.