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Traditionally a Japanese bride wears at least 2 light coloured silk kimono on top of each other and tied with an obi. A long, heavy, embroidered and padded coat (called an uchikake) is worn on top and trails on the ground. In western countries the uchikake is often used as a wall hanging, while western brides sometimes adjust and adapt light coloured kimono to suit their own Big Day.