How To Look Instantly Slimmer In A Silk Kimono



One of my favorite ways to wear a silk kimono is a maxi dress! I love how effortlessly dressy it looks, and all I had to do was tie a bow and throw on some heels. So easy Peasy.




Another favorite of mines is throwing my silk kimono over tank top and jeans for an elevated casual look. What’s your favorite way to style a silk kimono?

Flow-y, feminine, and flattering are some of the key characteristics I look for in a piece of clothing. And my Enleto Veronika Robe effortlessly embodies all those qualities. Made of 100% silk with an intriguing mixture of tropical print and intricate black lace trimming, the very definition of luxury resort wear. As a natural fiber, silk is lightweight, luxurious and sustainable (sustainable fashion, woohoo!). The material won’t cling onto your body fat for a joy ride but instead skim through your figure seamlessly like a docile waterfall. The versatility allows you to style the kimono in various fashions- as a v-neck, empire waist maxi dress, a kimono cardigan (as I did in the photos above), a beach cover-up, or even a cape. I’m kidding about the cape, but my point is to get creative with styling your kimono robe. It will instantly cut down 10 pounds like the curve tool on photoshop just about any way you style it. Rendering the silk kimono as one of the most slimming, flattering articles of clothing to wear.



P.S. Happy Halloween, everyone! I’m thinking about throwing on a dinosaur costume and Trick or Treating as a fake giant child. My neighborhood is quite generous with their candy bars. I kid, I kid! I’m heading to San Diego Wednesday for a couple fun little collaborations, stay tuned!



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