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Fashionista NOW: The Silk Kimono Robe Style To Wear With Everything

The Silk Kimono Robe Style To Wear With Everything

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When you want your basic outfit to look put together with a punch, welcome these statement silk robes!

Call it a versatile kimono robe that you can wear with practically anything. From lingerie to leotards, in the bedroom and straight to the festival, these silk robes will be the thing you want to grab for instant style factor. With gorgeous prints in vivid colors, the robe is made of silk and viscose from the volcanic island of Bali and designed by Mango Moon.

This robe can act as the perfect summer outerwear when you want to splash some color and patterns into your OOTDs or worn on its own as a gorgeous dress. With a statement silk robe like this, you can wear it with your laziest outfit and still slay because it is attention-grabbing and dare I say, a mood lifter, especially for those in tune with colors.

Be that person in everyone’s visual field that dares to burst in vibrant hues. I hope you will enjoy this kimono robe list!


Vibrant Floral Silk Kimono Robe


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Flowy Floral Silk Kimono Robe


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Yellow Floral Silk Kimono Robe


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Love these vibrant statement silk kimono robes already? Be sure to give Mango Moon a thorough look-at and follow.

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