in my Etsy shop. It's $20. After taking those pictures, I really started to like the item. "This is really cool," I said, admiring my robe worn as a top. "Why aren't people wearing these? Then, I checked Pinterest.
They are wearing those. Have been for some time.
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Yup, kimono like clothing everywhere. Boho stuff. It's not a recent trend, at all. For whatever reason, I got the idea that I could make my own out of an old too big dress or shirt. (Actually, sewing a kimono from scratch is painfully easy, according to the tutorials I've seen.) Here's the "before" shirt:
|Vintage, XL, polyester, 70s style shirt.|
|I just thought this pic was somewhat silly. Hi.|
|So easy that I look like a slack-jawed yokel.|
|That feather, after surgically removing it from that stained t shirt.|
|Strawberries or that awesome peacock applique, or that kickass Greek key ribbon|
|Some pretty lace or I could stencil with a bleach pen!|
|High waist, zippered skinny pants; open toed maryjane heels; sequin rose tshirt|