I love that as much as this set can be worn together and look great, it can also be styled differently with other pieces and equally look amazing. The kimono top can be styled with a pair of jeans for brunch or family dinner, the palazzo pants too can be styled multiple ways.
The kimono set trend has been in for the past 2 years in a row if not for a longer time period, and you can even step away from dresses and style it for weddings just as I have I have done. I love the softness of the fabric and how it flows easily with the wind against my skin, with the light and airy feeling makes it enjoyable to style and be comfortable in for hours on!
Kimonos like most fashion piece come in different prints, pattern, longer and shorter length, the length I am wearing is actually the midi length. I’m not sure yet but I might be looking to get the longer length and another type of fabric, most likely and African fabric also called Ankara to add to my collection, as this fabric is jacquard.
For accessories, I decided to style this set matching the sunglasses with my neck piece which is the tortoiseshell design since the outfit is literally completed on its own, with just pairing a nude sandal and clutch.
//Kimono top// last season, similar
//Palazzo pants// last season, similar
//Shoes// Sam Edelman, here more colors
//Clutch// Asos, similar styles here
//Sunglasses// Marc Jacobs, budget friendly
As always thanks for stopping by and have an awesome week while staying STYLISH