Floral Love

Floral Love

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

Floral Love. Floral Kimono, striped loose t-shirt and destroyed jeans outfit by Curious Natalia.

 

Who is ready for fall? I am! As much as I love warm weather, it has been too hot here in Jacksonville. I wish the weather was on the 60 and 70 degrees all the time.  Heat didn’t stop me from wearing this beautiful floral kimono from Sheinside!  I love the peachy color with floral prints and tassel details, I had to have it in my closet!  The material is really light weighted and it can be styled many ways.  I got the striped loose t-shirt from Sheinside as well, and oh how soft and comfortable it is!!!  It was my first time buying from this website and I’m glad I did.  One advice I would give you is to check the measurement because some things might run really small and you have to get a size up.

Happy week!

Love,

Natalia

wearing: floral kimono- Sheinside, striped loose t-shirt- Sheinside, destroyed light denim jeans- A&F, sandals- UO, quilted bag- Forever21 (similar)

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4 thoughts on “Floral Love

    1. Thank you Monique! I’m from Florida as well but Jacksonville probably gets a little bit chillier than Miami! Haha. Still I am from PR so I was used to heat year around

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