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Once Upon A Bridge + Choies


The temperature was already soaring a cumbersome 83 degrees by eleven o'clock in the morning, but I couldn't wait to gallivant about in this beautifully crafted bird printed kimono that Choies so generously sent over. Even though the disrobing portion of the segment came much too quickly, I know it's found a permanent home in my closet because I absolutely love it! With a waterfall drape and slightly tailored midsection, it's suitable for just about anything I decide to wear... plus it's kind of perfect the way it's having a blue-green relationship with this once upon a time bridge.

Make sure you check out all the latest deals and street fashions at Choies!     

(Kimono c/o Choies, Steve Madden boots, Dylan George jeans, Ray-Ban aviators)  

Comments

Alex said…
Delicious, my love! The kimono is nice, too. ;)
FASHION ICE said…
that kimono is so beautiful! such a great piece to have in your wardrobe!

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