If you have followed Twenties Girl Style for awhile, you know I LOVE a good kimono. It’s no surprise that this tends to be one of my go to pieces from spring to fall for how easy it is to style. A kimono can immediately change the look of a basic tee and jeans combo and can be dressed up or down depending on the accessories it’s paired with. I love the versatility and endless outfit options a kimono brings to a closet!
I was immediately drawn to this gorgeous crochet kimono. The length and sleeves give it some dramatic flair, but the crochet gives it a sweet, airy touch. I love that it can be worn as a swimsuit coverup, or paired with a dress and wedges for a date night ready look. I paired it with cutoffs and an easy tank for laidback weekend look.
Now for some exciting news! One of my very best friends, Lauren, has opened up an online boutique! It is officially open for business at 9am PST! I’ve gotten a little sneak peek of some of the items and you guys…her pieces are GORGEOUS! SO many good items to love in an affordable price range!
Do you ever buy a piece of clothing and then just live in it for the next month or so?? Enter THESE pants. I picked them up last month to take on vacation with me and immediately became obsessed. They are equal parts chic and comfy and I am obsessed!
If you are looking for something comfy and effortless to take on an upcoming vacation, you must pick up a pair of these! They are light-weight and airy and so incredibly comfortable! I paired them with a crop top on vacation, but when I got home, I knew I wanted to style them for work!
I ended up wearing these comfy cuties this weekend and yesterday to work. Yes…they are just that good that I had to outfit repeat! I paired them with a white tee and a denim jacket for a laid back look that went from work to the weekend. Teacher friends, these pants are perfect for the classroom! Comfort is key when I am running around teaching my 1st graders, and these pants definitely pass the comfort test! However, I did have one student say to me…”Mrs. Garza, I didn’t know it was pajama day today!”. 7 year olds just don’t know whats up in the fashion world, apparently.