Casual & Cute Plus Size Kimono’s That Will Take You From Summer To Fall

As we begin to transition our wardrobes from summer to fall, one of my must have pieces is a kimono. Kimono’s can make the most basic outfit look more stylish. Just like blazers kimono’s are versatile, offering endless outfit ideas. You can rock them over dresses, wear them as a top, or layer a kimono over a tank and pair it with jeans. This year I found a few casual and affordable plus size kimono’s that are worth adding to your closet.

Shop My Look: Kimono, Jeans, Shoes

Within the past year, I’ve found quite a few cute kimono’s. So far this multi colored brush stroke kimono is one of my absolute faves from Catherine’s plus sizes. It’s not too long or too short. It’s midi length is perfect. The pink, blue, and white color combo is simply pretty and makes it easy to create a slew of stylish outfits.

Catherine’s rush Stroke Kimono’s

Do you ever have days when you need to run a few errands or grab a quick lunch with friends and you don’t need to get too dressed up? If so, then this brushstroke kimono is for you. Its the perfect piece to throw on with jeans or a dress. I wore this affordable plus size kimono with a pair of Catherine’s secret slimmer straight leg jeans, and a white tank with lace details on the neckline.

In addition to the kimono, can we just talk about the jeans for a second. I love the fit of these Catherine’s Plus straight leg jeans. While I’m typically a skinny leg jean connoisseur, I am also here for this particular pair of straight leg jeans. You won’t believe that these are actually petite. Yup! I wanted the petite length to give a cropped denim look and these gave me exactly what I was looking for.

Catherine’s Brush Stroke Kimono, Catherine’s Straight Leg Jeans

While the brush stroke kimono is my favorite, I do have my eye on a few more affordable plus size kimono’s at Catherine’s. You can shop more casual plus size kimono’s at Catherine’s.

*This post was sponsored by Catherine’s. All opinions are my own.

Photo Credit: Edelle Kenny

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