it became fashionable to wear kimono as outer garments,
they were combined with a trouser like vesture called, hakama.
Around the 15th century, kimono were worn without hakama
and this fashion became the standard for both men and women.
Kimono had became a single layer, multicolored robe with
rectangular sleeves, and was secured at the waist by a sash
called the obi.
Early 18th Century