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Poppy Silk Kimono

Poppy Silk Kimono

Regular price $79.00 AUD
Regular price $159.00 AUD Sale price $79.00 AUD
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Heart breakingly beautiful. This silk kimono is the prettiest thing that we ever did see. It drapes like a dream and is digitally printed with our lovely poppy print.

Details

100% Silk in a Crepe de Chine weave. 12 momme. Matte texture. Low luster. Great drape.

Digitally Printed.

Size Guide

SMALL (8-14 AU): Body 66cm W x 69cm H, 132cm Circumference

LARGE (16-20 AU): Body: 77cm W x 71cm H, 154cm Circumference

Scroll down for further measurements and international sizing.

Care Instructions

Dry Clean, Hand Wash or Machine Wash.

Scroll down for more detailed instructions or go to our Care Instructions page.

Shipping

All orders are dispatched from Melbourne using tracked Australia Post, and processed within 1-2 business days.

Express Post available at checkout for additional cost.

STANDARD POST ARRIVAL ESTIMATES

Within Australia — 2 to 5 Business Days

New Zealand — 2 to 5 Business Days

UK — 5 to 10 Business Days

USA — 5 to 10 Business Days

Europe — 5 to 10 Business Days

Asia — 5 to 15 Business Days

Elsewhere — 5 to 20 Business Days

Easy Returns

Didn't work out for you, or want to exchange for the other size? No problem. We have a 60 day returns policy.

Go to our Create Returns Portal to begin the returns process, or see our Returns Policy Page

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Customer Reviews

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Fiona Leech (Sydney, AU)
Excellent Kimino jacket

I recently purchased Kimino to wear to a friends party. Absolutely loved it, it looked amazing. Would definitely purchase again.

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Suee (Brisbane, AU)
Day or Night

I have had numerous compliments when wearing my Kimono.
You can dress it up or wear it on a lunch date.
It’s very comfortable and the colour is a pictured.

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Raelene Chivers (Adelaide, AU)
Kimono Jacket

Love my new silk kimono top and can really recommend

Silk Crepe De Chine

100% SILK

Silk crepe has a slightly rougher texture with a low sheen and a soft drape

HEAT ADJUSTING

Surprisingly warm when you need it to be, but lightweight and breathable in the heat

HIGH QUALITY

High end fiber from the silk road, 12 momme weight

ALL NATURAL

No nasty synthetics or plastics. Soft and hypoallergenic

EASY CARE

Hand wash, dry clean or even machine wash with the right settings

LUXURY GIFT

Got someone special who deserves quality? Watch their eyes light up with silk

100% SILK

Silk crepe has a slightly rougher texture with a low sheen and a soft drape

HEAT ADJUSTING

Surprisingly warm when you need it to be, but lightweight and breathable in the heat

HIGH QUALITY

High end fiber from the silk road, 12 momme weight

ALL NATURAL

No nasty synthetics or plastics. Soft and hypoallergenic

EASY CARE

Hand wash, dry clean or even machine wash with the right settings

LUXURY GIFT

Got someone special who deserves quality? Watch their eyes light up with silk

Washing Options

Dry Clean

The star quality service would be to dry clean your silk. We get it though, not everyone has the time or money. Don't worry, there are other options, but if you do want to treat it the best way possible, then head to your local dry cleaner.

Hand Wash

Hand washing is the second best option.

1) Spot clean by gently dabbing with a damp cloth if there is only a small mark.

2) Fill a sink or bucket with lukewarm water and add the recommended amount of silk/wool detergent. Do not use standard detergent—must be silk/wool detergent. (Usually liquid form and can be found at the supermarket)

3) Dunk your garment into the water and lightly squeeze the fabric. Do not scrub or rub too roughly. Rinse with clean water afterwards.

4) Hang to dry on a coat hanger.

NOTE: For a special treat, we recommend, after washing, to rinse your silk in another bucket of water with a splash of white vinegar. Keeping the fiber acidic will make sure it stays strong and healthy with a lovely sheen.

Machine Wash

Machine washing is the third option, but as long as you're not doing it too often, it's completely fine.

1) Spot clean by gently dabbing with a damp cloth if there is only a small mark.

2) Place in a laundry bag and put your machine on a silk/delicates cycle. MUST use silk/wool detergent, not standard detergent. (Usually liquid form and can be found at the supermarket)

3) Hang to dry on a coat hanger.

NOTE: If you're going to machine wash your silk, we highly recommend you pamper your silk afterwards with a vinegar bath. After wash, fill a sink or a bucket with lukewarm water and add a splash of white vinegar. Rinse, then hang to dry.

Keeping the fiber acidic will make sure it stays strong and healthy with a lovely sheen.

Iron

Your garment will likely need ironing or steaming after hand or machine washing.

If you have a steamer, they're great, but don't be too afraid of the iron either. Just put it on a light to medium setting and don't forget about it and head off to make a cup of tea.

Otherwise, you can also hang your garment on a hanger and put it in the bathroom while you have a steamy shower!