Around this time, as samurai's wives followed the trend to omit the element of clothes, they came to wear "kosode (=kimono with short sleeves)" garment with a thin belt casually and the noble women began to hung down "uchikake" dress over the "kosode.".
Her hair style is so-called "suberakashi (=straight hair)" with two mutilated lappet hair, which are called "binsogi no kami (=mutilation of hair)", on both sides.
The making-up method came to draw "tsukuri-mayu (=make-up eyebrow)" on the upper part of forehead.
High-class "uki-orimono (=floating textile) ," which descended from Ming Dynasty of China (1368 -1644), was used as the material to make the "uchikake" dress.
As for the "uki-orimono," the thread of the portion of a pattern floats and it is visible like embroidery.
Or what was finished weaving in Japan was used in response to this technology.
This high-class "uki-orimono" is called "karaori" (=Chinese textile).
The underwear for "uchikake" dress is called "aida-gi (=middle clothe)".
White textile was usually used in order to make the "aida-gi" and an underwear which had a pattern was worn..
In the Edo era, a red "aida-gi" was worn for a red "uchikake" dress and , a black "aida-gi" for a black one.
For the court ladies and samurai women, the "ji-monyo" clothes of which pattern was woven into the ornament were usually used for "aida-gi."
Any patterns of dyeing or embroidery was not applied for the "aida-gi".