There are three types of ceremonial dress: "kariginu", "suou" and "kamishimo". The Kamishimo style consists of a kataginu (a kind of ceremonial shawl) and a hakama (a formal divided man's skirt) made from the same cloth and worn over a kosode (a kimono with narrow sleeves). On the kataginu the family crest design is put on the back and both sides of the chest, and on the hakama at 4 points of the koshiita (the stiff back section). In the Edo period, this served as the most formal dress for samurai not in office/without a title. Ordinarily they would wear kimonos similar to those worn by merchants. A difference in the material, the design and in dressing stylishly marked the difference between the social groups. Besides that, it was the everyday style for samurai to wear a sword.