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Yukata - Plum Blossom and Finch

This blue yukata is one of our most popular choices for bridal events.

The inspiration for this Japanese robe was a lush garden filled with colorful plum blossoms and graceful finches that soar through the air in their gorgeous colors. The plum blossom symbolizes hope, renewal, and vitality and the finch represents kindness and charm. The cobalt blue background highlights the soft blossoms on branches.

This beautiful robe will be yours to enjoy as you lounge at home or gracefully enter another celebration. Expertly made in Japan of 100% cotton. The easy-care fabric is shrink resistant and machine washable in cold water, a gentle cycle that helps to extend the life of your gown. A matching belt is included.

This women's yukata is available in sizes: Small and Medium.

Small, measures 54" in length and is designed to fit a woman 5' 4" to 5' 9" in height. The sleeve length is 13", the shoulder width is 23" and the girth is 44".

Medium, measures 56" in length and is designed to fit a woman 5' 6" to 6' in height. The sleeve length is 13", the shoulder width is 24" and the girth is 44".

To see where the length of the robe will fall on you, measure from the top of your shoulder and down the length of your side.

If you prefer short kimono robes, see our selection of Happi Coats. These are short-length versions of kimono and yukata.

Product code : CH-680BL

Price: $49.00

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These made the night! 09/22/2021
By Janice L.
My girlfriends and I wore these on my bachelorette party weekend in a beachfront Miami hotel. We wore them indoors, at the pool, on the beach and at the beach bar. My ladies loved these gifts and I appreciated everything they did to make the weekend so memorable. We are still wearing them months later and talk about them frequently. Thank you for the great robes!