Aso-Oke Kimono Jacket #6
Aso-Oke (pronounced: ah-SHAW-okay") is a traditional hand-woven cloth created by the Yoruba people of West Africa. Garments made from this fabric are generally worn for special occasions, befitting to Aso-Oke's English translation: "Top Cloth"; denoting the cloth of high status. The Kimono design of this piece is a nice finishing touch paying tribute to both West African & Japanese culture. Read on our blog to learn a brief history of Aso-Oke in West Africa and why this is a high status, luxury fabric.
Details & Care
- Each Kimono Jacket is one standard, boxy size as the sleeves can be rolled up and kimono can be pulled and tied in the front.
- Size is 44-48" across the chest and measures 32" in back body length.
- Model is pictured wearing the 44-48" Kimono Jacket.
- Quilt patchwork fabric.
- 100% cotton.
- Machine wash cold. Hang to dry.
- Handmade in Marrakech.