As quarantine weeks turn into months and as our homemade bread baskets reach new heights, we've become attached to anything that brings us comfort and a sense of calm. Our favorite candles are flying off shelves almost as quickly as Clorox Wipes, decorative pillows are suddenly as popular as mini bags and loungewear is the only thing filling our virtual shopping carts. At first, we scooped up sweatpants as quickly as we could, then we turned our attention to yoga pants , but now that spring has finally made an appearance, we're in the market for breezier clothes that can eventually be worn outside of the house. The wrapped-front garment, which has deep significance in Japanese culture and serves as the national dress of Japan, has long been a festival favorite as well as a beloved silky wardrobe staple to wear while getting ready for an evening out. We're not doing much of either this year, but you can still wear it around your home and wear it as a fun blouse layered over tank when you feel like dressing up this summer.
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Like a bathrobe, you can certainly wear a house robe straight. The scene is minimalistic, set against a plain grey ground. Silk strings would be wadded up to for a ball.