Love the versatility of two-pieces when it comes to easy dressing? Then this is for you!
I don’t know about you but when I spotted this new coordinated set by Lubna, it stopped me straight away from doing any other thing other than immersing myself in each little design it comes with. Print wise, the look has that 80s abstract vibe going on. As far as coordinated sets go, this one is really exciting because one, the kimono top is in a wrap-style which I am honestly pretty obsessed with. And second, the bottom from afar looks like a sarong or a long pencil skirt but it’s a pair of pants crafted with an overlay to give an appearance of a faux skirt.
There’s so much to love in this unique two-piece coordinated set, don’t you think? I love the overall shape – The roomy top is balanced off with the tapered faux skirt trousers making the wearer look extra tall and fashion-forward. The overlay on the pants actually makes the look kind of wrap-on-wrap as it does appear that way in design.
It gives off a strong sarong style vibe in a practical pair of pants because some of do use our legs a lot and less gracefully but with this type of bottom, I feel, that the wearer gets to express the feminine aesthetic while keeping it functional. Kudos toLubna for creating such a wonderful kimono wrap two-piece that nails the fashion and practical aspects of being a fullblown Malaysian fashionista.
Without further ado, here are the beautiful kimono wrap two-piece sets you can wear for various occasions as well as your Raya Haji 2018! Enjoy!
Red Grey Kimono Wrap Set
Green Brown Kimono Wrap Set
Which kimono wrap two-piece would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!
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