The Afrocentric kimono is one of today’s popular looks that is simple to style. Not only do they flatter everyone, regardless of size—slim, average, or plus—but almost any occasion can be dressed up with them.
This week, we have selected exquisite, distinctive, and imaginative designs for “Style Maniacs.” You should have it included in your collection as well considering how many fashionistas are sporting Ankara kimono looks.
One of the first things to remember is that kimonos aren’t just for festivals; these surprisingly adaptable lightweight, airy throwovers are great for your everyday wardrobe.
Mondays are simply not the day for elaborate attire, regardless of whether you’re still upset over the weekend’s antics or dreading your task for the coming week. But that doesn’t mean you can act carelessly. Put on a stylish kimono over a simple white shirt, slacks, and court shoes. You’ll blend in perfectly. Keep your accessories to nude colors, too and never leave the house without a stylish set of huge sunglasses that can hide a hangover.
Have a day of meetings planned? With a spotless power suit, you can give off boss lady vibes by pairing flowy, similar-colored palazzo pants with a crisp, structured kimono jacket. A belt over the midriff and a pair of boots are both appropriate options.
You deserve a drink or two with the gals today because it’s hump day. Not in the mood for a dress that hugs your body? Instead, let your shoulders take center stage. Bring out your strapless jumpsuit and add an open kimono as layers for a soft, seductive look. You may complete your look with a black choker with a ’90s vibe and strappy stilettos, and you’ll look like the ideal, stylishly contemporary girl.
Since Thursday is supposedly the new Friday, add a quirky nod of #throwbackthursday to your work attire. Wear a breezy camisole top with denim three-quarter flares for a nostalgic, ’70s-inspired outfit. A kimono and big platforms will make you look stylish, carefree, and ultimately seductive.
Now that Friday is here, you and your sweetheart can go on a date. Instead of going for the femme fatale style, dress more femininely and girly, like your favorite rom-com actors would. A supple, tube minidress that fits you perfectly will help you embrace your inner romance. You might wear mules or stiletto slip-ons. Less is more, in any case.
If you’re sticking to simple crop tops and shorts, make an impression by wearing large, eye-catching jewelry. Put on a bright, airy kimono and a pair of cute sandals like Birkenstocks.
Keep your style up even while the weekend is closing in. Keep to softer fabrics and secure accessories on Sundays because they are all about relaxed chic. To make your statement purse the center of attention, wear a flowy kimono-style dress with simple jewelry and makeup.
There will always be kimonos. Through good times and bad, the hot season, the rainy season, and harmattan, these clothes have been our go-to wardrobes. When it comes to kimono styling, some individuals are perplexed.
If you want to look more relaxed, you can wear your kimono with a pair of jeans and a white t-shirt or a black inner with a pair of white pants. Simple, right?
Use some head ties and hats to accessorize your kimono, and you’re good to go. Going out with your mates for the evening? Simply drape your kimono over a sensual, strapless, sleeveless blouse and combine with shoes or a matching kimono and pants. In the summer, wear your kimono with a tank top and shorts to be cool and comfortable all day. For a weekend brunch, simply put your kimono on with a crop top, leather pants, or jeans.
You can’t afford to have a bad shoe game; you could simply combine your kimono with that killer shoe. Keep them basic so they can match the color of your kimono.
You can also choose to keep it monochrome.Slay hard when sporting your kimono with a fitted monochromatic dress or any fitted dress. If you are obsessed with your jeans, you can pair your kimono with them and make a statement.
If you would like to robe it up, feel free to do so. Use a lovely belt or a nice brooch to secure your kimono as a robe.