This kimono! OMG. Loving it. I told my husband it looks like 70’s upholstery. He said, “yes … you say that like it’s a good thing.” Ha … It’s a fabulous thing! So fun! Several women asked me where I got it. I guess I’m not the only one who likes putting some groovy into her wardrobe!
Exact: Kimono (c/o)/ Sunglasses / Earrings / Girlfriend Bracelet (c/o)
Options: Jeans / Clogs / Bag / Tank / Turquoise Bracelet
Of course, leave it to my little boho heart so go all the way and add fringe hem jeans, a fringe bag, and even platform clogs. When I went into my local Starbucks (my “Cheers” … everyone knows my name), the gang said I looked like a rock star. Made my day!
These fabulous fringe hem jeans are sold out. I know, I know… but I warned you, didn’t I? I knew they were too good of a deal and wouldn’t last long. I did link up some others though.
I’m also wearing my Kendra Scott emerald cat’s eye earrings, and I stacked a Lucky Brand turquoise bracelet with my special Chico’s girlfriend bracelet.
How else can I style it?
This kimono would also look chic with some black pants, wouldn’t it? Flares or bootcut, cropped, cropped flares! And I think it would look sensational with the right belt. The kimono is even long enough for many of you to wear it as a dress. Though I would suggest something simple underneath for coverage (or add some snaps)!
Kimono (c/o) – Shein
Sunglasses – Topshop
Earrings – Kendra Scott
Girlfriend Bracelet (c/o) – Chico’s
Sold out, linked great alternatives:
Those of you who follow me on Instagram and saw my Insta-story yesterday know that this photo shoot had some issues. Platform clogs and tall grass don’t really mix and I ended up face down with grass-stained knees as well as a damp camera. So glamorous! But I’m fine, my camera is fine, and hopefully after a good wash, my jeans will be fine too. You have to laugh at what bloggers are willing to do for a good shot! Ironically, I didn’t use one photo from after the fall. In all those shots, I looked embarrassed or scared!
Have a wonderful start to your week … and to you month!
Bring on May flowers!