Therefore, naturally the original form of "kazami" must be quite different from the one worn by the young daughters of imperial court, but then both of them are "hitoe," unlined kimono clothes after all.
The features of full dress of young daughter of imperial court are, a round-shaped neckband, "ketteki (=outer kimono clothes with open armholes," 2 kins of body width, and 2 kins of sleeve width, 1 jo 6 shaku of front part kimono length (=dresser's length) and 1 jo 5 shaku of back part kimono.
The figure in the photo is dressed in a square form with the neckband desined in rouond shape. Under the "kazami" it wears "akome", "itsutsu-ginu (=five clothes)," "uchiki (=middle garment)," "hitoe (=unlined garment)", a white omote-bakama (=divided skirt), all of which are layered up on long "hari-bakama ." They are all based on the sizes shown in the Msasuke Shouzoku (=costume) Selection"