what i think they did was take rectangles and over lap just a bit up from the ends
and add a high collar on the first (inner) 2 and stack them so the next layer connects
at the ends, so each layer up sits below the crossing of the one under it
they probably went only to breast level
think of it like collars layerd up to make a ?chamisol?
near the bottom it mentions layring, wiki will redirect you to kimono if you search hiyoku
but to that end, i believe the closest word for what your wanting
would be hiyoku
whereas the layer would be a kimono (or other garment) but the layring effect is reffered to as hiyoku
**disclaimer im trying to stop correcting my dyslexic typos
disclaimer, im not an expert i simply add in "my 2 cents", which for the most part is valid advice, or atleast "sound in theory", having a second opinion is always a safe bet
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