How Wearing Kimonos can make any Outfit Smart
Quote of the day: “One day she finally grasped that unexpected things were always going to happen in life. And with that she realized the only control she had was how she chose to handle them. So she made the decision to survive using courage, humor, and grace. She was the queen of her own life and the choice was hers.” Lupytha Hermin
Kimonos seem like the perfect topper for any occasion. And as we get older, there seem to be quite a few appointments for all different kinds of doctors. Therefore, I think it’s respectful to those your are visiting try to look smart.
The huge advantage of these kimonos are they covers the arms which most of my older friends appreciate. They also aren’t tight and clingy and can be purchased in many different lengths. I’ve also shown this exact same kimono styled for all three of us for a dressy day and a casual day.
Jodie (50+) Outfit: There are so many wonderful colors in most of the kimonos I’ve seen. Therefore, they really match with everything.
These pants used to be white pants but then over time there were a couple of stains that I couldn’t get out. So I dyed them just like I showed in a post! One of my knitting friends made the bracelet from a spoon (thanks Mary-Jo)!
Nancy (60+) Outfit: I didn’t realize I was styling all three of us in a dark pink for this post. I actually picked out this kimono knowing I wanted to pair it with these pants of Nancy’s.
Charlotte (70+) Outfit: I think the kimono is a great way to cover up a basic t-shirt and make it more fitting for going out. Funny, how all three of us have on long necklaces too!
Kimono: Sheinside (here)~~Pants: Mom made them (similar here)~~Top: Westport (similar here)~~Shoes: She’s Sassy (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here)
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There are many different kinds of kimonos including those that are tops by themselves!