Mother’s Day: Kimono Jackets from Anthropologie

May 9, 2017

By Tab Byrum

The other day I was searching the internet looking for fun and unusual gifts I could feature for Mother’s Day, I always like checking in on what Anthropologie has as far as gifts and housewares and I was glad to see they had a section devoted to Mother’s Day. While I was looking at their Mother’s Day selections I began noticing several different bright, beautiful, and elegant Kimono jackets and that’s the direction I decided to go for today’s post. A Kimono is defined as a long, loose robe with wide sleeves and usually tied with a wide belt, originally in Japan it was meant to be a formal garment but today is worn around the world as a robe and in today’s examples as a jacket. I just think the colors and patterns of these Kimonos are beautiful, they can be paired with jeans or a dress or in some cases even a gown, these Kimonos can definitely take a simple outfit and send them over the top for a night out on the town. Check out these and other Kimonos on Anthropologie’s website and maybe give mom some pattern and color this year. Enjoy!!! (Leopard Cocoon Kimono)

I love the bright flowers against the neutral background of the Moulin Kimono, the black piping gives it an extra punch. 

I’m giving you two views here of the Georgette Ruffle Kimono, I wanted you to be able to see the full sleeves and all the beautiful colors in the floral print and red stripes. 

Dolman sleeves add drama to the brightly colored Scarlett Botanical Kimono from Anthropologie, seen here over an all white outfit, wouldn’t it look great over pink or green as well?

If Mom is a fan of purple then the Springfield Kimono might be what you need with beautiful purple lilies and green foliage on a white background. 

Here’s a look at all the wonderful colors and pattern that make the Iliana Kimono fun and beautiful. 

Blue, white, and yellow are the dominant colors in the Sunlight Silk Kimono.

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Images are courtesy of
Anthropologie.

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