Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a basic yukata-dressing class (a $50 value)
- $39 for a basic yukata-dressing class and an advanced yukata-dressing class (an $80 value)
Students learn modern and traditional ways to wear a yukata and how to style hair to match.
The sash wrapped around the waist does not keep a yukata closed—rather it's a system of ribbons worn underneath that performs that duty. To think that the yukata is a simple garment would be a mistake, so the consultants at Kaede NYC gladly share their knowledge with their customers. Clients can rent a colorful, cotton yukata from the company's stock and take courses from certified stylists on how to style and wear it. Staff photographers arrange fantasy photo shoots of the customer as a geisha, standing in grassy fields, or serving tea.