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Ditch the boring tank top and shorts look by dressing it up with a breezy and beautiful kimono. With so many different styles, patterns, and colors, you can add that extra something to a plain outfit by simply slipping on a cute kimono. They are a lazy girl’s dream! Stay on-trend without sacrificing comfort: what more could you ask for? 

Plus, kimonos can be styled in so many different ways. Grab a kimono jacket that ties in the front to wear over your favorite denim cutoff shorts and a cropped tank for the perfect relaxed outfit. Then seamlessly transition for an afternoon at the beach or hanging with friends by wearing it over a cute t-shirt. Kimonos can be dressed up in so many different ways to be worn throughout all different seasons.Try pairing a longline cardigan style kimono with long pants or jeans and a simple tank for a relaxed yet trendy casual look. Pair a floral kimono dress with cutoff high waisted shorts and tie it across the front over a cute bralette for a more sophisticated style. Bring a kimono jacket along with you for a day at work in the office, an afternoon at the movies, or for a shopping spree. 

We love a clothing staple that can be worn in multiple ways all throughout the year. You might as well grab a few different styles since the kimono trend has never gone out of style. Try out a floral kimono dress for summer and a neutral-colored longline kimono jacket that can be worn throughout spring and fall as well. Trust us, kimonos will become your favorite wardrobe staple. 

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