Long Kimono is the most popular in the summer and year-round for some cultures, so why not make yourself one that you can wear all day long? In this article, I’ll give you some reasons why kimonos are great, then I’ll show you how to make your own custom-fit kimono from scratch. Even if you don’t sew at all, it’s super easy to do! So get your sewing machine ready, find yourself some fabric, and let’s make the best long sleeve kimono possible.
Tips To Wear A Long Kimono
1. Versatile piece that can be worn as a dress, swim cover-up, or even as a lightweight jacket.
2. To wear a long sleeve kimono as a dress, simply tie the obi around your waist and let the excess fabric drape down.
3. If you want to wear your long kimono as a swim cover-up, look for one made from quick-drying fabric. 4. To style a long as a jacket, belted at the waist or leave it open over a tank top and shorts.
5. No matter how you wear it, be sure to keep the proportions in mind and pair it with simple bottoms so as not to overwhelm your frame.
Benefits of Wearing a long sleeve kimono for the Summer
A long kimono is a versatile piece of clothing that can be worn in a variety of ways. It’s perfect for hot summer days because it helps keep you cool and comfortable. Plus, it can be dressed up or down to suit any occasion. Here are some of the best reasons to wear a long sleeve kimono this summer
It protects your clothes from spills while dining outside on a patio or terrace.
It looks great over a bathing suit when going out on the beach or enjoying an outdoor pool party.
When paired with shorts and sandals, it creates an adorable look for warm summer nights.
You can also pair it with denim shorts or pants if you’re headed to the farmers market looking for fresh.
Tips and Tricks for Choosing the Right Length of Kimono:
1. Fill a sink or basin with cool water and add a small amount of mild.
2. Submerge your kimono and gently agitate the fabric to release any dirt or debris.
3. Allow the long Kimono to soak for 10-15 minutes before rinsing thoroughly.
4. To rinse, fill the sink or basin with clean, cool water and gently swirl the kimono around until all soap residue is removed.
5. Gently squeeze excess water from the kimono and then roll it in a clean towel to remove even more moisture.
6. Hang your long Kimono in a well-ventilated area to air dry completely.
7. If you want to speed up the drying process, use a commercial electric clothes dryer on low heat.
8. If you are going to be wearing your kimono after washing it, avoid hanging it outside in direct sunlight as this can lead to fading or other damage.
9. Most importantly: always wash your kimono by hand rather than using an automatic washing machine
What Is The Color Of A Good Match?
When it comes to summer, there are a few colors that always look good together. One of these combinations is black and white. This color palette will always be in style and looks great on everyone. Plus, it’s perfect for hot summer days when you want to stay cool and comfortable. Another great combination is blue and white. This combo is perfect for a day at the beach or pool. It’s also great for those hot summer days when you want to feel a little more put together than just throwing on a pair of shorts and a t-shirt.
Wearing a Long Kimono Around Town:
I live in New York City, and one of my favorite summertime activities is to walk around town wearing a long Kimono. I love the way they flow behind me as I walk, and the way they keep me cool in the summer heat.
2) Katia Floral Butterfly Print Cotton Komono: This pretty cotton print will look great with just about any ensemble. It also comes in green, yellow, and purple so you can pick your favorite color or go with the color scheme of your outfit.
3) AGATHA FLOWERS Printed Flower Print Flounced Loose Fitting Maxi Dress: As much as I enjoy wearing these longer styles during warmer months, sometimes you need something a little more fitted than an oversized piece of fabric wrapped around your body.
How To Wash A Long Kimono?
1. Fill a sink or basin with cool water and add a small amount of mild detergent.
2. Submerge your kimono and gently agitate the fabric to release any dirt or grime.
3. Allow the kimono to soak for 5-10 minutes before rinsing thoroughly.
4. Gently squeeze excess water from the kimono and lay it flat on a clean towel.
5. Roll the towel up tightly, starting from one end of the kimono and working your way down.
6. Hang the kimono in a shady spot to air dry completely.
7. Once dry, store your kimono in a cool, dark place until you’re ready to wear it again! You may want to use a steamer if wrinkles are an issue.
When Should You Wring Out A Damp? If you plan on wearing your kimono within 10 minutes of washing it, do not wring out the excess water.
Alternative Designs and Lengths Available on Etsy:
When it comes to finding the perfect there are a few things you should keep in mind. Etsy is a great place to start your search because you can find a variety of different designs, lengths, and materials. If you’re looking for something lightweight and airy, consider a cotton or linen kimono. If you want something a little more substantial, look for silk or wool.