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Get Creative with the ‘a pair and spare’ DIY Japanese Obi Pa


By: Erin Kirkpatrick (Rockstar) Dec 9, 12
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For ladies looking to steer clear of traditional black skirts, the ‘a pair and spare’ Japanese Obi Panel Skirt is the answer. Constructed using an “obi,” which is traditionally used as the sash component of Japanese kimonos, this skirt effortlessly integrates a piece of breathtaking Asian culture and history into its design.

The obi was designed to be worn and tied in a variety of ways at the back. Interestingly, the particular knot tied indicated the availability and status of its female wearer.

Boasting an array of rich colors and a striking hexagon pattern, the a pair and a spare Japanese Obi Panel Skirt will help its wearer stand out from the crowd. Offering up simplicity and eccentricity, this paneled skirt is pure perfection.



Source: apair-andaspare.blogspot



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