The groom’s formal wear is a Haori with a black 5 Montsuki(Montsuki Haori).
Haori with huge black crests Haori is a feather-dyed walnut with family crests in both chests, both sleeves and back.
You must match the costumes of the bride and groom in the Shinto ceremony.
We wear a ceremonial Montsuki hakama with a high-class high bride costumes.
Montsuki(crested) haori dyes brown orchlies such as Ichikoshi and Monrinzu in black or in a solid color.The handle has three stamps of stain removal, one sticker, or one sewing sticker.
If you wear a komon on top of a komon and a calling kimono, it becomes a dressed look.Black is supposed to belong to Mrs. Iro(color) montski, you can wear either miss, mrs.
Besides this, there are color blurring, embroidery, and a patterned haori of a Eba. Because it is strong element of fashionable wear, it is better to wear it as social wear, not semi-formal.
◆ In case of a morning
Monochrome which does not enter flashy colors, solid color.
A belt is a belt of mourning, or noticeable