KYOETSU Women's Boots for Japanese Hakama and Kimono Black/Brown 22.5cm - 26.0cm (5 US(22.5cm), Black)
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The style of wearing hakama kimono and boots together was prevalent in Japan around the 19th century in Japan.
In modern times, as a retro fashion, it is mainly worn by young women at graduation ceremonies.
This boots, with exquisite heel height and calm color, decorate your feet neatly.
you can adjust the size by shoelaces.
Boots are easier to move than unfamiliar zori-sandals, so it is recommended when you wear a hakama.
Also, on rainy days, you do not have to worry about muds on tabi socks.
This boots is a simple shape, so you can wear it even when you do not wear a hakama.
When wearing hakama and boots, it will be more cute dressing if you make the length of the hakama a little shorter.
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