Versatile Style by Tracey

Kimono- take two…

Posted on: April 22, 2015

Today’s outfit recommendation for the GYPO Spring Challenge

was colored jeans, black top, cardigan and bright flats…

With such beautiful warm temperatures today, there was no way I wanted to 

wear a pair of jeans, so my new soft pants to the rescue.


I recently bought two pairs of these soft pants by Kate & Mallory because I loved them last season in a jogger style and thought why not with just a zippered bottom…

The pants are on clearance for $9.97 and I am wearing the medium. 

The Kimono is last season’s from F21 I should have taken a photo to show you the fun oriental print on the back..oops! 

Check Out all the Kimonos F21 has this Season Here and page 2 has mine from yesterday


I used ” Not Your Mother’s Beach Babe Moisturizing Spray”  for a messier look today..

May 5th I have a hair appointment to get my hair done in something that fits a more messy style, wish me luck…

The necklace I found on Ebay last year.  


The combination of a soft pant and kimono is so fun and so comfortable…

I swear besides a maxi skirt, this has to be the most comfortable Spring dressing. 

Dear Readers, I hope your weather is beginning to feel like Spring, I know my daughter at Boston College is counting the days until she flies home to really experience the season…  I myself am in counting down mode as the next few weeks are going to drag on in anticipation of the family being altogether again…


I am grateful to my oldest for being there today to take us to Connor’s private  bolwing lesson. 

I am grateful to his coach for giving him a sheet that shows him where to stand for getting Spares at different types of bowling alleys to help him on competition day. 

I am grateful that my son got practice with his new ball with the coach this week, before this weekend’s competition.

I am grateful my husband’s flight went well and he arrived in Vegas despite a mix up.. 

I am grateful to my son for stepping up and making sure the trash got out to the street in his father’s absence.

I am grateful for bowling with the homeschool group to look forward to tomorrow…well today by the time I post this,lol.


2 Responses to "Kimono- take two…"

Love this whole outfit … especially the kimono!

Alena &

I’m loving the kimono trend! Can’t wait to wear these all summer long!

Le Stylo Rouge

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