White Paisley Kimono With A Splash Of Yellow

White Paisley Kimono With A Splash Of Yellow

Ladies Are you in vacation mode yet? It really doesn’t matter if it’s a weekend away, a couple of weeks to some exotic location or even a staycation nearby, its always nice to have a little summer getaway. Today I have a fun casual look that works perfectly for any of these occasions.

Introducing our White Navy Paisley Kimono With Tassels. This is a fun summer kimono that can be worn over jeans, shorts, dresses or even as a cover-up over your swimsuit. The color combo of white and navy with splashes of yellow and red, makes this piece perfect for any fun summer outings. It is an easy, unstructured kimono in a beautiful print with cute white tassels in the bottom.

I wore it with my denim shorts and Yellow Jersey Top with Lace Detail which picks up the yellow part of the print. As I mentioned before, yellow is still trending for this season and in my opinion, it is a perfect color for summer.  I first styled this top for you here, and as I showed you back then, it also looks great with black.  It is made out of a soft rayon jersey with a loose easy body that has a beautiful lace insert in the back. I have styled it both tucked in and left out for you to see.

For jewelry, I added a brand-new necklace in a matt gold color which I think looks great with the yellow top. Our Matt Gold Link Chain Necklace with Chain Fringe is a great piece to add to your jewelry collection that will work with many outfits.

I also threw in one of our scarves, our Navy Blue Heart Scarf Shawl which is a colorful fun piece that has some yellow in there and it looks great with this yellow top.

All four pieces I am showing you today are part of our Weekend Flash Sale where you can get 15% off with code FS69 plus Free US Shipping. All international shipments are a flat rate of $25.00.

White Navy Paisley Kimono with Tassels – Click Here

Yellow Jersey Top with Lace Detail – Click Here

Matt Gold Link Chain Necklace with Chain Fringe – Click Here

Navy Blue Heart Scarf Shawl – Click Here

How do you like my look?
















Denim shorts – Banana Republic jeans that I made into shorts

Sandals – Soludos

Bag – YSL

Belt – Gucci

Posted by nora minassian

Jacket Society was launched in the fall of 2013 by fashion designer Nora Minassian. Jacket Society is about Nora’s passion for classical and stylish easy to wear women’s fashionable jackets and blazers. Nora earned her BA degree in fashion design and merchandising from Otis College of Arts & Design and has worked in the fashion industry for many years, travelling to the fashion capitals of the world to keep up with current fabric and style trends. Nora started this website and fashion blog to showcase and sell her favorite jacket styles that are all designed and manufactured in Los Angeles, California. On this site she will share her experience and knowledge of women’s fashion and present her unique sense of style by giving her fans and customers an opportunity to follow her jacket styling tips and secrets, emphasizing her favorite current and past classical jacket styles and be able to offer selection of her favorites for sale here on her Jacket Society website.

  1. Yellow looks so good on your tinted skin. Never knew that yellow and blue looked that good together!


    1. Hi Nancy,
      Thank you and yes yellow and blue are one of my favorite color combos!


  2. Yellow suits you so much Nora. I first thought that the blue number is also a kimono but turned out it is a lovely scarf.


    1. Hi Anna,
      Thank you very much…I know the first scarf photo looks like it coulb be a kimono 🙂


  3. that yellow top is stunning. Love both looks (coverups). thanks for linking up today and I am now back to pinning all the great looks on my A Labour of Fashion Pinterest Board.


    1. Hi Linda,
      Thanks you, I am glad you are back doing the link ups 🙂


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