Cute kimonos to wear this summer – rounded up into one easy place to shop! I love throwing them on over a tank or tee to add a little extra “something” to an outfit!
Keep scrolling to see a couple of my favorites.
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I’ve had this floral kimono for several years and I wear it ALL of the time. It’s perfect for throwing on over a pair of shorts and a tank in the summer for adding some pattern or just a little extra dimension to an outfit. Mine is sold out, but I’m linking to some of my favorite cute kimonos to wear this summer below!
I’ve shared links underneath the collage for easy shopping!
- Tie dye kimono – I mean honestly, I love anything tie dye. This one is SO cute!
- Animal print kimono – Leopard print is always fun…this one would be perfect over a graphic tee.
- Purple tie dye kimono – one of my favorites, I love the color of this one.
- Orange and blue floral kimono – this kimono is my favorite on the list! I may or may not have it in my shopping cart…;) Would be perfect with a graphic band tee (my fave!) or a solid black dress
- Cream kimono – I’m envisioning this one with a white tank and a pair of distressed denim shorts for summer
- Tropical floral kimono – love the tropical vibes of this kimono, and the colors are really pretty. Muted, but still fun.
- Floral kimono – how pretty are the sleeves on this one?!
- Leopard kimono – Another animal print, but this one has a high/low hem that I really love.
Not quite sure how to wear a kimono? Here are a couple tips!
- Throw it on over a tank or tee shirt. I always try to add a “third item” to my outfit because it spices it up just a little. A hat, jacket, belt….or a kimono! ;) Seriously, try it. If your look feels a little “blah,” try adding that third item. It’ll improve your outfit so much!
- Use a kimono as a swim cover up – I like to wear a kimono when I go to the pool. They’re easy to throw back on when you get out of the pool, and they’re lightweight enough that they dry quickly.
- Wear over a tank dress for more coverage. If you have a dress that doesn’t quite feel like it covers you up enough (for church, going out to eat, whatever), try adding a kimono on top. A little extra coverage, without completely covering that cute dress.
- Pack one in your carry on – Sometimes all you need on a plane is a little extra lightweight layer.
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