How To Wear A Kimono Scarf

How To Wear A Kimono Scarf

Kimono scarves are great.


Because they’re the perfect accessory that can make any outfit look extra chic and stylish.

But that’s not all.  

In addition to making you look like you actually tried to get dressed this morning, they’re actually seemingly effortless to pull off.

AND they’re super… SUPER comfortable. 🙂 It’s like having a blanket with you at all times.

Here are some quick/effortless and stylish ways to wear your kimono scarf:

Belt It

How To Wear A Kimono Scarf

To add some dimension to your outfit, belting your kimono scarf is a great way to do just that!

You can wrap it tight or wrap it loosely, depending on your preference.

Note: If you don’t like things at your waist, simply lower the belt to your hip.

Do The Shawl

How To Wear A Kimono Scarf

This is for those who love to dress for the summer but then suffer the consequences when stuck indoors under a blasting air conditioner for most of their day (i.e. class or work).

Not only is this look beyond effortless but it’s also extremely comfortable. 🙂

Wrap It Around

How To Wear A Kimono Scarf

Another really simple look to create.

If you can take your kimono scarf and wrap it around your neck about 2-3 times, you’ll create this ultra boho chic look that allows you to tuck away your hair if needed. 🙂

To prevent this look from becoming too hot, make sure your kimono material is pretty light and sheer.

Kimono featured  in this post:

Floral Boho Kimono by Harper Trends ($24.00) – Shop Now

*This is a sponsored conversation written by Fashion Ambitions on behalf of HarperTrends. The opinions and text are all ours.



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