Japanese funeral
A Japanese funeral.

During life, both men and women cross the front of a kimono or yukata with the left side over the right. On those occasions in which the corpse is clothed in a traditional kimono, the kimono is crossed right over left. This tradition is the source of merriment among the Japanese who ridicule Western women who wear a kimono or yukata "like a corpse".
While, in former times, white clothes were worn for funerals, now all funeral guests wear pitch black.