How to Wear Kimonos Looks We Love + HOT Deal
Oh how I love Kimonos! If you love them too but are wondering how to wear kimonos, I’ve got you covered!
I became obsessed with them a few years ago, and now they are an item that I never travel without because they come in so handy for so many different fashion statements and I always wait for these awesome Cents of Style sales because it’s truly the best way to score some wonderfully on-trend pieces for a super affordable price!
What is a Kimono?
Is it an accessory? Is it for the beach? Is it to wear over a dinner dress (on the beach, perhaps?) Does a kimono look cute with jeans? Shorts? Is it a wardrobe staple? My answer? YES, to all of the above!
Kimonos are so versatile.
Of course, perfect for a poolside coverup, Kimonos have so many other uses. Darling with shorts and a tee shirt – of even shorts and a swim top – you can also use a kimono over a little black dress which makes them perfect for travel.
They pack easily and most of them remain wrinkle free (or low maintenance) which is another reason that I love them so much.
An added bonus is that with their over-sized perfection, they look good on every body type.
Deals on Kimonos + a HUGE Selection
If you’ve been looking for a deal on Kimonos then you are in luck!
Right now Cents of Style has a huge selection of kimonos and ponchos on sale for 40% off the lowest marked price and FREE SHIPPING with code KIMOYES.
This means that if you act fast, you’ll find some for as low as $8.97 shipped!
Here are just a few of the styles you’ll see featured:
Kimonos also make great gifts. I love that they are easy to ship, kimonos are super light weight, and you can never have too many!
I like having some casual fun ones for beach days and then I usually go for a darker, dressier option for evening.
One thing that I love about traveling with a kimono is that it’s a very small item to pack that can really change the look and direction of our wardrobe.
Due to the lovely fabrics and patterns, kimonos can actually look very elegant and classic and can really dress up an outfit quickly.
I love to travel light, so they are the perfect addition if you are a light traveler as well.
If you love to cruise. Kimonos are one of the items that I always recommend to pack for your cruise. As you can see in the photo above, I’m wearing one of my Cents of Style kimonos over a little black dress.
The best part is that I was able to put both the dress and the kimono in my backpack that day as we walked the beaches.
Then I slipped the black dress on over my swimsuit for a fun beach party and by cocktail hour, all I had to do was add the kimono and it was an entirely new look.
And that’s why I love kimonos, they are fashion game changers and an item that I think everyone needs to consider having in their closet as they truly are the perfect travel accessory!
I love sharing my favorite travel tips and packing the right things is just another way that you can minimize your vacation stress and focus on enjoying your vacation.
My travel motto is always to back light – and I mean that both mentally and physically – as vacations are meant to be a time of rejuvenation for the mind, body and soul.
Safe travels, friends and my you back light and enjoy the journey!
Deal on Kimonos
Remember!! Right now Cents of Style has a huge selection of kimonos and ponchos on sale for 40% off the lowest marked price and FREE SHIPPING with code KIMOYES. That means darling kimonos for as low as under $10 shipped!
The creative and frugal mind behind She Saved for over 12 years now, Keri Lyn shares her adventures in parenting along with her love for family travel, country living and brand marketing. A self-proclaimed “brand loyalist”, Keri Lyn is known for her strong and enthusiastic voice when it comes to the products and brands that she loves. Passionate about family and the challenge of raising good humans (through the teen years, no less!) Keri Lyn has also served as a brand ambassador to many brands including her time as a Hilton Mom Voyage travel writer and currently an O Mag Insider for O, The Oprah Magazine and the 2019 recipient the O-verall Contribution O-ward.