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Posted September 15, 2018 12:32:16 This is the perfect dress for a weekend outing.
It doesn’t look too frumpy or too formal, and it looks good in a relaxed, casual mood.
Here are five dresses that will look right for a relaxing, casual weekend.1.
Cheongsam dress1.1: A cheongsam, which is short, flowing robes, or garb with sleeves and a long, flowing robe.2.
Shibuya dress1: The shibuya, also known as the shawl dress, is a long robe worn with a belt and a head scarf.3.
Fusou dress1,2: This is a high-necked, high-waisted dress with a neckline and a skirt.4.
Aida dress1 and 2: These are short dresses, often paired with a short skirt, with a wide skirt, or with a skirt and a high collar.5.
Seibu dress1A: The seibu, also called the japanese bow dress, can be worn with one or two skirts, and has a long skirt that can be gathered at the waist.6.
Tsubame dress1B: This has a simple, low neckline, and a short, long skirt.7.
Seika dress1C: A simple dress that has a low neck, and long skirts.8.
Sankyo dress1D: This looks a little bit too much like a skirt, but has a high neckline.9.
Tachibana dress1E: This dress has a short neckline but long skirts, with the skirt gathered in the waist, or at the knee.10.
Fuchiko dress1F: This long, high necked dress is similar to a skirt in appearance, but with a long tail.11.
Koga dress1G: This can be a bit formal for a gathering, but looks better in a casual mood, especially if you wear it with a coat and a blouse.12.
Aikidou dress,1H: This casual dress looks great with a blazer, and can be tailored to fit any style.13.
Gakuregari dress1J: This formal, dress can be paired with another dress for more formal occasions.14.
Goro dress1K: This traditional dress can also be worn to formal occasions, and looks great worn with or without a skirt or blazer.15.
Hoshidan dress1L: This traditionally Japanese dress can have a low, mid-backline, or short, or even wide neckline to fit the mood of the occasion.16.
Kanzaki dress1M: This high neck dress is traditionally worn with either a long or short skirt.17.
Minatoi dress1N: This Japanese dress has the same short neck as the dress above, but the lower neckline can be lengthened.18.
Nara dress1O: This classic Japanese dress with the long neckline is also a bit more formal, but can be casual.19.
Tokaido dress1P: This stylish Japanese dress is an elegant casual dress, with long, wide skirts, a short blazer or a suit.20.
Tashiki dress1Q: This modern Japanese dress comes in a wide range of styles, and is worn with an easy-to-dress jacket and shirt.21.
Aisaka dress1R: This elegant Japanese dress wears a very short skirt and can look a little too formal for more serious occasions.22.
Hiyori dress1S: This short, casual, white-blazer dress is a good choice for a casual weekend in a secluded spot.23.
Aogiri dress1T: This beautiful, long, straight, long-sleeved, and short-cut, white blazer dress can look great worn as a suit or blouse, and will look good worn with jeans or a blouson.24.
Jodachi dress1U: This white-bordered, short-sleeve dress is one of the most popular styles for an evening in a bar, restaurant, or other casual setting.25.
Hoshi dress1V: This black-shirted dress is very popular in Japan, and for a night out in a small town or a village.26.
Kagura dress1W: This fashionable white-shirt dress is another popular choice for an afternoon outing.27.
Aji dress1X: This light blue-shirting dress can easily be paired up with a suit for a formal event.28.
Jōjō dress1Y: This colorful-blocked, black-striped, long sleeved, white dress is available for a summery weekend, and often worn as part of a formal outfit.29.
Aya dress2: The most formal of the five, this dress can