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Fashionista NOW: Here Comes The Flowy Kimono Season Again

Find out how to style flowy kimono cardigans and make your outfit pop with just a mere top off.

Trends are cyclical and just like clockwork, kimono-inspired outerwear returns to greet the sunny patch of the year. The look of a flowy kimono is almost always associated with the music festival season and carefree bohemian fashionistas see no reason to do away with the kimono fashion trend just yet.

Well, why should they? With cheery colors and fun floral motif and embroidery, with or without fringe to dance at the beat of its wearer’s movement, the love for kimono-inspired jacket is ever strong as we near Coachella plus other wholesome music, art and culture events that roll out in the sun.

For those of you who are excited to whip out the kimono and utilize it to top off any look, now is indeed the time to dip your toes into this fashionable outerwear trend. Wear it to the beach or the mall, you know you’ll have the style game nailed down. Long or short, flowy kimonos offer a bit of coverage from the elements whilst adding movement, color and texture to your wardrobe.

As always, here’s a list of the fashionable clad in their own kimonos. Take a cue from these stylish breed so you can amp up your fashion game too.


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