Spring is fast approaching – time to break out those flattering loose fitting kimonos
Kimonos were trending last year and look to be just as huge in 2016. Their lovely flowing lines are a natural fit for the 70’s style invasion with flared legs and chunky heels.
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“For Spring 2016, I was inspired by a recent trip to Tokyo, and traditional Japanese kimono prints and folding techniques. I was interested in the play between structure and volume, between discipline and femininity.” (from elle.com)
“Tokyo Fashion Week decided to wrap up the spring 2016 action with something a bit unusual: a runway show featuring kimonos designed by a rock star. Fans — many of them screaming his name — packed the audience to see Yoshiki, a member of the heavy metal band X Japan.” (from wwd.com)
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These are extremely well-made, timelessly classic, and look incredibly sturdy. Prices range from £160.00 ($225.99) to £655.00 ($910.00) so while not a budget price, they look well worth the investment.
I have to admit that I don’t quite have the figure for this look – being on the curvy side and of limited stature, this look just doesn’t do me justice. That is not to say that they don’t flatter some figure types. Make sure to “own” this look – make it a deliberate statement and pair them with just the right heel.
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The awkward-length pant is enjoying an unexpected moment in the spotlight this season as hems are rising on our favorite flares. Longer than a culotte and shorter than your standard trouser, this fresh new cut is a daring trend we can’t wait to try.The awkward-length pant is enjoying an unexpected moment in the spotlight this season as hems are rising on our favorite flares… Continue reading