Party Time Excellent: The Kimono

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Garrett Leight x Clare Vivier sunglasses | Pearl River Mart kimono | Rodarte choker | Are You Am I top | DIY jeans | Fishnet tights | Chanel sandals

I’m skipping Coachella (due to the jet lag from Eurotriping for two weeks), but the spirit is here to stay. One of the Coachella essentials is a kimono. Sadly, I did not do this back when I first attended the festival; however, it’s the perfect go-to closet staple to cover up that new belly, which you’ve gained from downing one too many beers at the tailgate. Safe to say, it’s a hangover outfit saver.

With kimonos, you can wear it open or close it with a sash. If you wear it with short shorts, it runs the risk of looking basic as fuck. Rock it well with a pair of patched bootcuts and an off-the-shoulder crop top. If you are in the city, wear it with lucite sandals or pull out your go-to fishnets! If you are in the desert, do it a platform sneaker and short fishnet socks. See how easy breezy it looks? Give yourself a pat on the shoulder.

All photos by Hallie Geller

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Michelle Varinata

Lapis - (n.) a layer Shrek once said that "onions have layers" as he was peeling one. Like an onion, I have layers. Born in Jakarta and raised in Singapore, I grew up being surrounded in a multicultural environment. Then, I moved to the States, where I lived in NYC and L.A. The creativity, hustle, bustle and vibe of those cities inspired me to become a blogger, journalist and influencer. Writing by day and living it up by night, I slay in the streets one OOTD at a time. Full-face makeup included, too. ;)

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