Four black horses beautifully batiked and handpainted onto the back of a kimono. Long, wavy manes, lush forelocks are beautifully detailed. You can even see their eyes peaking out from behind all that hair!
Close-up view of the detailed batik and hand-painting of the horse kimono/dressing gown.
The beautiful horse handpainted batik kimono worn by a male model, 5'7" tall.

Horse Hand-painted Batik Kimono

Regular price $89.99 USD $67.49 USD Sale

 Amazingly subtle batik technique used for this unique cover-up!

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 If you look carefully, you'll see the horse's eye behind the flowing forelock!

The horse lover in your life will love this!


  •  Unique & beautifully detailed! Take a close-up look at the subtle hand-painting technique used to bring life to this design.
  • Batiked and painted by hand
  • Two side belt loops & the removable belt mean you can easily change the look and effect you are looking for - from lazy, everyday casual to a sophisticated person of purpose. 
  • Versatile! Can be worn as a light jacket, a striking topper for eveningwear, a bathing suit coverup, a dressing gown, or even a housecoat
  • One large inside pocket on the right side
  • Preshrunk! The batik process preshrinks the fabric.
  • Made of Natural Fibers! 100% first-quality rayon
  • Two Sizes fit most -  Small or Large/XL  (The small is 28" wide from side seam to side seam across the back and the larger size is 32". (47" long)
  • About the model - Tim is wearing a size Small - he is 5'7" tall and built rather stout
  • Fit - A customer wearing size Large with these measurements, bust 46", waist 44", hips 53" has a cross-over of 10"-12" at the front.
  • Ships from:  U.S.A.   

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Care Instructions: First time wash separately.  It may release a bit of dye but there will be no discernible change in color. Subsequent washings with like-colored clothing. Hang to dry or put in the dryer. 

To easily remove wrinkles: Fill a spray bottle with hot water. Hang the kimono. Lightly mist the INSIDE of the jacket. Let dry. Do NOT spray the outside of the jacket. Dissolved minerals in the water may leave marks on the fabric that can't be removed until the garment is washed. (It happened to me!)

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