Seasonal Inspiration: The perfect Festival Kimono!
Introducing our exquisite handmade long silk kimono, a true embodiment of elegance and artistry. This unisex garment embraces timeless beauty while adding a touch of femininity. Crafted with utmost care and attention to detail, our kimono features a stunning turquoise and orange floral pattern design inspired by the captivating hues of the Himalayan blue poppy.
The silk used in creating this masterpiece is sourced from Indonesia, renowned for its rich textile traditions and exceptional quality. The fabric exhibits a luxurious sheen and a smooth, sumptuous texture that glides against the skin with every movement.
The intricate turquoise and orange floral pattern dances gracefully across the fabric, paying homage to the delicate allure of the Himalayan blue poppy. The turquoise color symbolizes tranquility, serenity, and spiritual healing, while the vibrant orange represents energy, enthusiasm, and creativity. Each blossom is meticulously handcrafted, reflecting the artisan's devotion to capturing nature's beauty in every stitch.
This silk kimono is a versatile piece that effortlessly blends Eastern charm with contemporary style. Whether worn as loungewear, a statement piece for special occasions, or an exquisite layer over casual attire, it exudes an air of sophistication and refinement.
The unisex design ensures a comfortable and flattering fit for all, while the subtle femininity of the floral motif adds a touch of grace and allure. It is a true expression of individuality, offering a harmonious balance between tradition and modernity.
Indulge in the luxurious embrace of our handmade silk kimono, where the mesmerizing turquoise and orange floral pattern transports you to a world of serenity, creativity, and enchantment. Immerse yourself in the symbolism of the Himalayan blue poppy, embracing the elegance and beauty that this exquisite garment embodies.
Designed by DivyaThreads
Handmade in Bali, Indonesia
Size and Dimensions
One Size Fits S, M Fits L for Open Kimono
Ways to wear your Divya Threads Kimono
A silk kimono is a versatile garment that can be worn in a variety of ways, from casual to formal. Here are some ideas for how to wear a silk kimono:
1. As a robe: Wear your silk kimono as a luxurious robe over your pajamas or loungewear. The soft and lightweight fabric will keep you comfortable and stylish as you relax at home.
2. With jeans: Dress up a casual outfit by wearing your silk kimono over a pair of jeans and a simple t-shirt. The kimono will add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your look.
3. Over a dress: Layer your silk kimono over a dress to add a pop of color and texture. This is a great way to transform a simple dress into a more formal or special occasion outfit.
4. With a belt: Cinch your silk kimono at the waist with a belt to create a more fitted and structured look. This is a great way to show off your waistline and create a more defined silhouette.
5. As a swimsuit cover-up: Wear your silk kimono as a stylish and lightweight cover-up over your swimsuit. This is a great way to protect your skin from the sun while looking chic and fashionable.
Overall, a silk kimono is a versatile and timeless garment that can be worn in many different ways to suit your personal style and occasion.
Washing and care for your silk garment
Silk is a luxurious and delicate fabric that requires special care when washing to maintain its shine and texture. Here are some tips on how to care for and wash a silk garment:
Hand wash: If your silk garment can be washed at home, fill a clean sink or basin with lukewarm water and a gentle detergent made specifically for silk. Avoid using regular laundry detergent, bleach, or fabric softener, as these can damage the fibers. Gently swirl the garment in the soapy water for a few minutes, then rinse thoroughly with cool water.
Don't wring: Do not wring or twist the silk garment to remove excess water. Instead, gently press the water out with a clean towel or let it hang dry.
Iron carefully: If the silk garment is wrinkled, iron it on the lowest setting while it is still slightly damp. Use a pressing cloth to protect the fabric and avoid direct contact between the iron and the silk.
Store carefully: When storing silk garments, fold them loosely and place them in a breathable storage bag or container. Avoid hanging silk garments for extended periods, as this can cause stretching and distortion.