Ancient Columns Blue Kimono

The Ancient Columns Blue print is inspired by classic French Toile De Jouy fabrics but with a twist. It features delicate sketches and detailed scenes of ancient Roman and Greek architecture.

Our popular Short Kimonos are made of a custom blend of modal and viscose which creates a silky smooth lightweight material while having a more sustainable impact on the environment.

These kimono jackets have loose ¾ length sleeves, an open front and a lightly embroidered lapel. Pair with a matching camisole and your favourite jeans in summer or layer over a polo neck during the cooler months.

Made of 50% Modal 50% Viscose Hand wash at 30° and Cool iron only Do not tumble dry

Sizing: One Size Fits Most (UK 8-18), Nape to hem 22.8” / 58cm, Chest 51.9” / 132cm, Sleeve 12” / 30.5cm

 

£45.00

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Ancient Columns Blue Kimono

The Ancient Columns Blue Kimono print is inspired by classic French Toile De Jouy fabrics but with a twist. It features delicate sketches and detailed scenes of ancient Roman and Greek architecture.

UK based brand One Hundred Stars is renowned for its beautiful screen printed kimonos, dressing gowns, scarves and textiles. The clothing range is made up of beautiful, affordable and ethical garments to flatter all figures, with a womenswear range that has gained a loyal following across the UK and overseas. Each kimono and One Hundred Stars dressing gown from our handpicked selection has been inspired by the travels of the label’s founding sisters Heather and Rona. Crafted with natural fabrics, these distinctive garments make the perfect statement pieces.

The British designer, One Hundred Stars create statement fashion that is as versatile as it is gorgeous. Style your Dressing Gown as a housecoat or poolside robe. Wear your kimono with jeans or layered over a dress. Rock a duster in the evening with some leather-look skinnies and heels… you get the idea!

Worn by the likes of Amanda Seyfried in Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again and last but not least, Nigella Lawson. You are in great style company when you wear One Hundred Stars.