Hakama (袴) that usually worn by woman at graduation ceremony
Normally when you see Graduation sets, you get flowers and high levels of contrast and colour. Lots of pinks, blues and red, some brown and blacks… so this set is interesting because of its pale colour scheme and lack of contemporary colour palette and/or Mori-girl sensibilities, which is what you usually see when saturated colours are rejected.
Periwinkle blue, and eggshell white/cream are not the most popular colours when it comes to Kimono, especially not when they’re paired together. This color pairing is absolutely vintage.
Interestingly the lavender dot gradation to cream colour is stylistically typical of Graduation Hakama, but in a very unconventional manner. Actual dots, instead of dyed.
Overall it’s not too crazy a set. The blue and periwikle at their darkest are similar in saturation, and the cream is contrasted to them, without much other colour play. The Kimono is reminiscent of the Taisho era pieces with the vertical stripes.
If the outfit weren’t so perfectly co-ordinated I would have suspected amazing thrift store shopping in putting something like this together. (Especially note the rich, saturated obi that is barely seen!) That said, its a graduation rental from Guiches.