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13 Ways To style A Kimono Jacket

Hello fashionistas,

Looking for a way to pep your dress sense? Are you tired of the jean and top routine? Well, I think I can help ya. Okay. I know you're glad. Yes, you can thank me later.

At the first glance at kimono jackets, it just reminds me of Japan. Well, maybe because Kimono jackets are fashioned after the Japanese kimono robes. Don't worry I'm not about to start getting into all the details about the origin of Kimonos and the likes. All that info ain't my business and I guess you don't really care about that too.
Kimono jackets can help spice your casual outfits to make it look classy, chicky or however you want it. So, here are 13 ways to style a kimono jacket.

Kimono on an high waist jean with matching heels.

Kimono jacket on an all white.

Kimono on ripped jeans and fringe heels. 

Kimono on a black jean and leather boots

Kimono on black jean with a hat. 

Kimono on a casual jean with slip on

Kimono on a short sleeveless gown.

Kimono on bum short with heels.
Kimono on a black overall. 

Kimono on a crop top with short skirt. 

Kimono with matching details. 

Kimono on a black bum short. 

Kimono on a short outfit with heels. 

Have a wonderful day. 
Love ya. 



Abigail Castro said…
Since I live in the tropics, kimono is the next best thing for me when it comes to layering. Love floral kimonos too!!

Abby of Life in the Fash Lane
Leslie Soto said…
I am so obsessed with kimonos right now and I think I would wear every single one of these looks! They are so gorgeous!
I've never been into kimonos but these are pretty. I might have just changed my mind about it.
Abigail Castro said…
I love a floral kimono and lately I've been into long line kimonos too! So beautiful!!

Abby of Life in the Fash Lane

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