Kim Oh No

Hey, babes! It’s Friday, TGIF! What you doing? I’m about to head downtown to relax and unwind after a stressful week. Going out is a chore for me especially when it’s spontaneous because I have less time to plan for what to wear.

I was looking for what to wear when I remembered this Kimono I added a couple of weeks back to my closet. I’m a lover of Kimonos, who wouldn’t be? From its unique cut, the captivating colors and prints to its amazing design. Be it long or short, jacket or blouse. I’ve just been in love with the idea of this lightweight piece of clothing for years now, but when it came down to finding a pair I liked, it wasn’t so easy. Anyway I’m glad I found one.

Kimono which actually means “thing to wear” is a Traditional Japanese clothing and have managed to find its way to every lady’s closet. The first time I wore this Kimono I styled it with this custom made palazzo denim pants from E4maKenObi (my love for palazzos is uncontainable) and this red fedora hat from Target. If there was one thing I love to accessorize with it’d be a good hat.

Tonight, I’ll be styling them with this wide-leg pants I found in Nordstorm Rack. Guys these jeans feel so warm and I love how distressed they are not to mention they are just $19.

Out of the two pants, I don’t know which I prefer but I think they are both great choices to put into consideration. Let me know how you’ll style yours.

Kimono SHEIN | palazzo denim pants old similar DEMIM&CO | wide leg denim NORDSTROM | fedora DRESSLILY| purse sold out similar NORDSTROM heels GOJANE Thanks For stopping bye until next time do have a great day


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