A 1:6-doll-sized this outfit, which is my favorite type of Heian~ish-era wear. The brocade for the outer kimono was, ahem, “harveste” from a mass-produced vintage geisha doll, who inexplicably wore a hikizuri of passable-Heian tiny brocade: . Her hitoe is mostly fake (think a really complex date-eri!) and made from tiny, cotton kiku-tatewaku fabricthat showed up at my local fabric store a few years back. (I only regret not buying more of it!! Doll-sized, cheap-ish, KIKU TATEWAKU fabric, without having to pay for the shipping!! it was a great day! :D )
Someone with too much time on their hands can see all of my WIP shots here.
I was going to make the hat, and had it halfway-done, but I didn’t have the patience to finish all of those tiny, detailed butterfly knots for the strings… I may get around to doing the hat, but it’s currently on hold…
As Pullip dolls are about the size of a Barbie, and Barbies are cheaper/less-fragile, I eventually moved this outfit to a cheaper Barbie doll for display on a shelf… because every doll-shelf needs a travelling court-lady.