Don't force. Don't twist. Don't disconnect. These are the three fundamental characteristics of Nanba movement. They are thought to have come from or evolved with traditional Japanese clothing.
One of them is to learn and enjoy Nanba in daily life by wearing Japanese style clothing. There are many options that are not as formal as wearing a kimono.
Jikatabi are split-toed shoes that give you greater awareness and articulation and your feet.
Setta (zouri) are Japanese sandles often coming with a tatami surface and straps with traditional designs.
Geta are wooden raised clogs which make a pleasing sound that grounds you to earth energy by keeping your awareness at your feet.
Samue is the clothing worn by traditional craftsmen, which is comfotable and has the characteristic sleeves that go to the forearm.
Obi is the belt on a martial arts uniform, or sash on a kimono, which settles your mind in the lower abdomen.
Haori is the overcoat or vest coat worn on top of a Kimono, Samurai Armor (Jinbaori), or martial arts uniform. It gives a sense of Samurai presence.
Hakama is the split skirt pants which gives a stable wide base silhouette, and also settles the mind in the lower abdomen.
Hachimaki is the towel tied around the forehead which girds the joints and strengthens the entire body.
Fundoshi is a traditional Japanese loin cloth which you tie and wrap in place.
Yukata is a simple Kimono like clothing worn with a sash, often in summer.
These and other traditional Japanese clothing are readily available in Japan, and quite affordable compared to a full kimono. They come in a wide variety of traditional colors and designs. Moreover, they enhance and encourage Nanba movement.
If you wear them without Nanba posture and movement, it will be quite obvious to the natively trained eye. Ironically, many young Japanese people do not look good in such clothing, because they have never learned how to wear it or move in Nanba style.
If you wear traditional Japanese clothing and move with Nanba movement, you will look good and move well. This is an excellent way to develop physical finesse, while enjoying cool Japan culture.