Friday Five // Stylish and Flattering Kimonos

Kimonos never go out of fashion but this season, they’re particularly IN fashion!  Championing the boho, 70s vibe – you’ll find kimonos in all the stores right now and the good news is, if you invest now – it’s an item of clothing that will see you stylishly  into autumn too as they’re set to stay.

Flattering (covering a multitude of sins especially for middle heavy women like me), instant glamorisers (a kimono adds style to the simplest of outfits), and easy to wear (just throw on and go), what’s not to love?

Our editorial team clearly agree as here is a bunch of us, including moi rocking our buys…

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(From top to bottom):

  1. Kara Campion Spencer as a beautiful blonde in Simply Be, £35 and as a brunette in ASOS Curve, £25
  2. Bethanie Lunn (that’s me!) in Jaba Yard boutique in North Laine, Brighton £22
  3. Caroljs Smith in Primark, £10
  4. Hannah Clarke in Fat Face, £32

We’re all so different and hope you think we all look fabulous, proving that kimonos suit everyone.

Do you love it or loathe it?

-Bethanie x

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Bethanie Lunn

Writer and Vlogger at BethanieLunn.com
Bethanie is a published author whose first book, The Modern Girl's Guide to Fabulousness was quoted as 'a little black book to all things fabulous' by none other than Elle MacPherson.She blogs and vlogs with passion, often involving her pride and joy - her son Frankie.He is the real star of the show!Bethanie's focus is doing things with speed for busy women and mums.Brimming with knowledge of shortcuts and quick fixes, she guides us through ideas for every aspect of our busy lives - from fashion to food, beauty, hair how-tos and the home.Bethanie lives by the sea with her son, husband and mad little dog, commenting that life has never been so frantic and full but nor has it ever been so wonderful.
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