Material: cotton amp; linen blended, lightweight and breathable.
Noragi'/'Kimono' and the initial clothing become a fashion. it's street/casual style, then 'Kimono' can be worn as a daily shirt, frock or a lightweight jacket.
Style:shirts/kimono/cardigan; Spring and summer mens cotton blends linen open front cardigan kimono cloak light weight jackets.
A unisex loose fit with patchwork design; the open stitch and flowing drape adds a avant-garde fashionable edge and elevates your usual look; retro Kimono dressing with string tie design
The retro cardigan makes you look modest and stylish on public, prefect for casual occasions like party, stage, traveling, streetwear and hip hop dance, loungewear etc
Fabric:cotton Category:Men short kimono / chinese vintage clothing/mens long sleeve casual shirts/mens no button shirts/string closure shirts/mens lightweight cotton jackets/ Style:shirts/kimono/cardigan Pattern:loose Feature: 1. the fabric is cotton,but the outlook is like linen,so it is cool and breathable 2.the pattern is loose 3.long sleeve Season: summer and spring Cleaning and care approach: 1.Hand wash 30 degree, machine washable 2.Do not tumble dry/ bleach/ soak for too long 3.Can use Dryer 4.Wash dark colors separately
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