Curvy Girls Guide To Styling Your Kimonos

Did you know that our kimonos really are one size fits all?

curvy girls guide to styling your kimonos

Our wide sleeve kimonos fits an Australian size 6 up to a size 24. Here is our Gilded Cage Kimono seen on our favourite Henley Beach gal Jenni from Styling Curvy. We love that our wide sleeve kimonos truly do fit a whole range of sizes it is really important to us that we cater to all body shapes and sizes. 

How to style your kimono

Dress it up or dress it down your kimono can be worn in so many different ways.

Jenni has styled her kimono for a casual day out with cut off denim shorts and a cute tee.

Going to the beach or staying at a tropical island resort? Use your kimono as a swimsuit cover up which will take you from beach to bar in no time. 

Could our kimonos be the quintessential festival wear? We think so! Channel your inner Stevie Nicks and dance all night long swishing those tassels to the rhythm of the beat. Team it up with a bohemian flared jumpsuit, your favourite denim and a paper thin vintage band tee or over your favourite dress.

Glam up your little black dress for an evening of cocktails out with the girls and use your kimono as your hero piece. 

You can also wear your kimono as a getting ready robe. Simply add a soft silk or velvet sash to tie her up and swan around the house like a beautiful butterfly. Our kimonos are very popular with brides and their bridesmaid to add that luxurious touch to their special day.

Kimonos are also the perfect trans seasonal wardrobe staple it will see you through our scorching Australian summer and add a touch of glamour to your winter wardrobe.

What are you waiting for babes? Go on, treat yo self!


curvy girls guide to styling your kimonos

curvy girls guide to styling your kimonos

1 comment

  • LOurdes PArker

    I love the kimono but, I think I’d like to see more views of how it looks in the front. I think that other curvaceous ladies might also want a look at how it looks in the frontal view because some of us are bustier than others. If the kimono’s edges are laying on the side of our bossums it will not look right on us. That is why width of the kimonos should not be assumed that all woman could fit in one size fits most. It is crucial that if you want to have a larger thriving business you should consider providing for all of us women. Thank you for letting me share my view, it is an honor being ask my opinion.

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