I love this fabric so much. But I didn’t know what to do with it when I first got it. It’s just so good, I didn’t want to screw it up and have it go to waste! But after posting it on Instagram (psssst - follow me here!), a few people mentioned that it would make a perfect kimono. Genius! So a kimono it became. 

This is seriously one of the easiest things you could make. Especially out of a knit like this (no need to finish the edges!). I didn’t make a tutorial, but both Leanne and Liz have some good ones, so you should check them out!


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kimono: handmade // fabric here

sunglasses: Warby Parker

tank: thrifted

tassel necklace: shopHollyDolly

key necklace: L’Avenir

jeans: Old Navy

sandals: Urban Outfitters