Yes, the tie is included; it is the stripe going down the front, 100% Vintage silk tie; a more appropriate way to wear a tie! Reminiscent of the smoking jacket-inspired robes of the 50s, this is a perfect kimono to throw on over leggings and t-shirts and still look sophisticated. This kimono also lends a put-together look when used as a robe around the house.
Side seam pockets and 12 inch side-slits starting 14 inches below the waist. Matching Tencel belt included, belt loops of self-fabric attached to the Kimono.
Size: Small to Large
Actual Measurements in inches: Bust width-48 Waist Width-52 Hip Width-57 Length from shoulder seam to bottom of kimono-45 Binding around neck and down the front-2 Shoulder Seam-8 plus 2 of binding going up the neck Sleeve length-12 Sleeve width-20
Fabric content: Main Kimono 100% high-end polyester crepe 100% Silk Tie 100% Tencel (What is Tencel Fabric? - Sustainable Tencel Fibers Explained (goodhousekeeping.com) ) Binding
Care: This garment is wrinkle-free and can be washed in the washer, using a mild soap, on the delicate cycle, or hand washed in cool temperatures. This kimono can also be thrown in the dryer at the cool temperature and removed before fully dry and hung on a padded hanger to dry. If hand-washed, remove excess water by rolling in a towel, jelly-roll style, and hang on a padded hanger to dry; the kimono will not need an iron or steamer.
All fabric is pre-treated before construction, usually by washer and dryer, and washed again after construction. In this case, I hand-washed the kimono; it came out great.
This garment is handmade using couture tailoring techniques (lots of hand-sewing, pressing, interfacings) for durability, wear and finish. I pay attention to the minor details.