Red Floral Kimono 3 Ways: Wear Now, Later, & Even Later - Like Honey

Red Floral Kimono 3 Ways: Wear Now, Later, & Even Later

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There’s nothing more exciting to me than finding a new wardrobe staple that immediately puts multiple outfit ideas in my mind! That’s when you know it’s a justified purchase, and at only $20, this kimono has more than paid for itself. I love the long length and classic style of this kimono. It will stay stylish for years to come and works for summer and fall alike. Keep scrolling to see all three looks I came up with for this cute kimono!

Right now we’re in that tricky part of spring where one day it can be 80 degrees and the next, 50 and cool. I like how this kimonos acts as a light layer for spring. Seasonal accessories like statement earrings and a straw bag can lighten the look.

When the temperature finally decides it’s not backing down, ditch the jeans and opt for some cute cut offs and the perfect pair of sunnies. Add a straw tote (and a swimsuit!) and you're ready for the beach! Such a simple summer look that is anything but boring!

When fall starts to roll back around, just add a wide brim hat and rock this kimono over some white on white and you’ll be ready for that first PSL of the season in no time! I love the way the neutral first layers really allow the color in the kimono to pop! Sticking with white jeans is a great way to transition into the fall wardrobe without feeling too heavy--important with a lightweight layer like a kimono!

Honestly, I can’t wait to wear this as a coverup on vacation but didn’t consider that a true outfit since I wouldn’t be wearing it all over town that way. However, you could totally rock this kimono with even more outfits! Pair it with a simple t shirt dress and sandals for summer or a basic black tee and booties for fall. When you choose a kimono with multiple colors in the pattern, you really open up the outfit possibilities!


Do you have a kimono in your collection? How would you style this one?

You can see other ways I’ve styled a kimono here:

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