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Fashionista NOW: How To Style A Flowy Kimono Outerwear For The Summer?

Need to layer up lightly this summer but have no clue how and with what? Welcome the flowy kimono style cardigan!

Layering in the tropical summer can pose a challenge if you’re one to have a high internal body temperature. But when the sudden pour arrives or you find yourself in a extremely chilled concrete cave, sometimes, even the most hot blooded of us needs something to top off our outfit. I highly recommend the kimono style cardi, with the signature roominess and flow.

Layering with a flowy kimono over your summer getup can be a way to inject a dash of oomph especially when it comes in vivid floral patterns or other tribal or lace interpretations. The beauty of a kimono when worn casually this way is palpable and it gives the look a soft and laidback appeal than leans on the feminine style spectrum.

So, if you’re wondering how to style a kimono this summer through a roomy outerwear and the styles that are suited for easy light summer layering that promises effortlessness, simply scroll away and enjoy!

Which look makes you want to wear a kimono cardi? Share below – I’d love to know.

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