I already talked about the one piece you need for a beach vacation. Well, here’s the second: the kimono. I’ve been traveling to a bunch of beach resorts this month and I’ve been all about that kimono life. A kimono can easily take you from day to night… and it doesn’t crease during packing!
I first brought this kimono with me to Mexico, and wore it as a coverup on the beach. I particularly like tie kimonos because they offer a little more coverage when you sit by the pool for lunch. I later used the same kimono to bring my denim shorts to dinner during my weekend in Aruba (more to come on that trip soon!). It’s a great way to dress up even the most simplest outfits and helps keep you warm when the ocean breeze sets in. Another bonus? The kimono doubles as a robe when you lounge back in your room at night.
Kimono: Paloma Blue
Necklaces: Covet and Dana Rebecca
Cami; J. Crew (on sale!)
Shoes: White House Black Market
Bag: Stella & Dot
Super cool idea! Love your bikini and your body is so beach time ready! Way to go girl!
You’re so sweet, thank you!
That is the perfect kimono. The color looks so pretty on you X,abril
The color palette
Thanks so much Abril!
Kimonos are so versatile!
The sandals are awesome 😉
That’s look so brilliant, congrats!
fantastic concept Love your bikini, and your figure is perfect for the beach! Bravo, young lady!
This kimono outfit isn’t similar with the traditional of Japan but it looks great.
I’ve read a number of other blogs, but yours has convinced me; I hope you’ll continue to provide more wonderful blogs in the future. quordle
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