Last week, I shared with you this wonderful kimono I found at Chico’s during their recent big July sale.  I mentioned it was reversible….so here is the other side of the story, ladies!  Just to remind you, here is the side I wore first…..

I actually believe one side is more summer-like, and the side at the top more autumn-like.  But, it is a win-win for me because I like both sides….alot.

I do recommend trying on both sides in the dressing room to see what you think.  When they do this, they make the tag inside the garment very easy to remove.  I noticed they have a similar garment in their new collection, so it is in my slide show below.  Your cost per wear is way lower with a reversible garment, because you get twice the wear out of them.  It makes economic sense as well.  Now… because I was asked about the pants…here are a couple of links.

Also, if you get an opportunity to add a bronze shoe to your collection, I highly recommend it!  I have worn these Cole Hahn ballet flats so much in the last four years when I purchased them in a July clearance sale at Dillards.  They still look and feel great, but the color adds to so many outfits.  Keep your eyes open…metallics are so much fun to put on your feet!

And don’t forget the accessories…when I am going casual, I can wear a few more pieces to add to the fun.

Do you own many reversible garments?  If so, how often to you reverse them for different looks.  This is the first one I have purchased, but I bought it because I saw many possibilities for both sides.  There is a slide show below with some new options in it and it includes several reversible items (Chicos is 40% off today)……..thanks for joining in, and as always….



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