I said that I would never wear my pajamas out of my bedroom but it was not true. The pajamas trend has been around for over two years. This year, its updated version the kimono style is appealing to me. Kimono is everywhere in fast fashion stores and the hashtag brings huge traffic. Kimono is more than an easy (or lazy) way to get me out of the house. I don’t have to even think about it because it’s so versatile for any spring and fall looks. It's something truly stylish - the new bold colors, floral print designs and tropical bloom. I got three kimonos this season and they go almost with all my basic attire. I can easily wear my basic t-shirts, tube tops, skinny jeans, bodycon dress or anything in solid color with straight or skinny silhouette. I appreciate that they come with various lengths and waist designs. I particularly love maxi length with which I can dress up with my heels to avoid the culturally conservative and over-natural way of the traditional kimono look. The satin fabric brings feminine touch to any outfit. The green and navy-blue kimonos are from boohoo.com and the last yellow one was from shein.com. You can easily find them online or in Zara stores. Mine are all under $60, chic and affordable. Why not?
Have a beautiful Thanksgiving! <3
We took this session at Salvation Mountain in Niland CA, about three and a half drive from LA. This monument is a beautiful artwork built out of straws, woods and paints in vast dessert - it's very photoworthy. I recommend Salvation Mountain to all bloggers and travel lovers.
A kimono can be worn as a maxi dress like this.
I wore the same kimono in West Hollywood. It's so effortless to wear. It made the bodycon two-piece dress more sophisticated and chic.
These photos were taken in a ghost town in Death Valley National Park. Tropical prints were so flattering and fun to wear.