How To Put On A Yukata/Kimono
Style Tips On How To Wear Kimono
If you do a bit of research on what the word “kimono” means, one of the definitions that you’re probably going to see is “something to wear”. OK, that’s obvious enough. But what makes it something that so many women across the globe adore is it’s an article of clothing that represents beauty and elegance in such a pretty and comfortable kind of way.$100 Amazon Gift Card Sweepstakes /Free Giveaways
Whether you already own a kimono or you’re thinking about getting one, but you’re not sure if it’s something that you actually need, here are several ways to make a kimono work—especially for you.
Let’s start off with the kimono dress. Basically, it’s a wrap dress but the wide sleeves and pretty patterns makes it a lot more unique. Do you wear a kimono?
Kimono and jeans
A simple way to add a bit of “dressiness” to your jeans is by putting a kimono jacket on over it.
Kimono and strapless dress
How to wear a kimono woman – If you have a strapless dress but you’d like to cover up a bit or the forecast says that things are going to be a bit on the cooler side, a kimono over it can add some modesty or remove a bit of the chill.
Kimono and a belt
This is a really great way to wear a kimono jacket. The belt helps to add some curves and make the jacket look a bit more “blous-y”.
Kimono and swimsuit
If you’ve been shy about putting on your swimsuit this year, just add a kimono to it. You looking sexy is a major understatement.
Kimono and graphic tee
Graphic tees go with everything. This includes a kimono jacket. (We like it even more with those fringe booties!)
Kimono and shorts
When it comes to casual wear, the only thing that we like more than a kimono and denim jeans is a kimono and denim cut-off shorts. (Both preferably with high heels)
Kimono and denim skirt
Some people may think that wearing a kimono with a denim skirt will make them look to boxy. It all depends on the cut of the skirt, the neckline of the top under it and how you choose to accessorize.
Kimono and layered necklaces
Take this look for example: Layered necklaces are a popular look this season and it’s absolutely exquisite with the help of this beautiful kimono jacket.
Kimono and romper
Here’s a really great summer outfit. A kimono and a romper. A day at the beach or a day on your back porch deck will welcome it.
Kimono and boots
Never thought that a kimono and boots would work before, huh? Did this pic change your mind?
Kimono and a floppy hat
No matter what time of year it may be, a kimono with a big floppy hat is always right.
Kimono and leggings
Some women rarely wear their leggings because they feel like they’re too tight or too revealing. If you’re one of them, you can ease your mind by simply putting a kimono on over them.
Kimono and mini-skirt
If you feel the same way about your mini-skirt as you do about your leggings, as you can see, a kimono works well with it too.
If you already own a silk or satin kimono that you absolutely adore, how about trying some that are made out of other materials (or styles). Take this lace one, for example. It’s perfect for so many of your summer looks.
Fringe is big right now. So, you’ll be right in line with the runway models if you have the kind of kimono with fringes on the bottom of your sleeves.
Wanna bring a bit of sparkle to your look? You’ll do exactly that with the help of a sequin kimono.
We’re not sure what we like more about this particular kimono: the fabric or the colors. Doesn’t matter. Velvet is another big trend this year. You can’t go wrong by getting a kimono that is made out of it.
Kimono in chilly weather
Velvet keeps you warm in chilly weather. So does knit fabric. Yep. This is proof that you can actually wear a kimono even during the winter season.
Bridal kimono robe
Another fact about kimonos is, in Japan, they are considered to be robes. If you have a wedding coming up or you’re planning on attending a bridal shower, get a bridal kimono robe. It will be a favorite of yours for many years to come.