I’m NOT typically one to shop at Kohl’s for clothing. However, I popped in there last week on a mission to find semi-affordable bedding, when I was derailed by an eye-catching floral kimono. Kimonos are trending right now and I happened not to own one, so I decided to try it out, and of course found a few other things in the process. Without further ado, I give you my (accidental but worthwhile) Kohl’s shopping haul… p.s. Please forgive the crazy wind that was blowing when we snapped these pics!
Items 1 & 2: Mudd “Chiffon Kimono” & “Core Cami” (I paid $24.99 & $14.99 )
I knew I needed the kimono because I seriously fell in love with this print, and I’m into lightweight, flowy pieces right now. I happened to spot a matching tank, and liked the idea of wearing them both with some summery black pants. Styled here with a JewelMint beaded necklace and lace flares from Nightcap.
Item 3: My Michelle “Geometric High-Low Tank” (I paid $25.99 )
Again, I was drawn to the colors/print, and even though this isn’t a to-die-for piece, it’s very nice quality for the price. I like the fishtail back, and would most likely wear this with a structured blazer for a fun business casual ensemble. Styled here with a Forever 21 choker, JewelMint pendant necklace, and BaubleBar cuff.
Item 4: Joe B “Border Print Wide Leg Pants” (I paid $24.99 )
I’m obsessed with these lightweight, high-waisted palazzo pants!! The rayon fabric is airy and breathable, perfect when the weather heats up. The high waist creates the illusion of a long and lean silhouette, ideal to pair with a trendy crop top. And of course I looooove the colorful border print. Note that the stock photo does not do these justice, and my snaps are more true to color. Styled here with a JewelMint necklace, vintage crop top, and BCBgeneration wedges.
Items 5 & 6: So Rad “Ponte Crop Tank” & “Crepe Printed Midi Skirt” (I paid $11.99 & 16.99 )
Tbh, I’ve had my eyes peeled for a matching top/skirt set for a while now. Most of the ones I’ve liked were a bit outside my budget, and a lot of the cheaper styles weren’t doing it for me. This set turned out to be an ultra cheap, but still relatively chic option. I adore the pale minty green with black and white palm print! Styled here with CRAP Eyewear sunnies, a vintage necklace, and Jessica Simpson wedge sandals.
Sooooo seriously, the crazy part is that I paid less than $120 for ALL of these items. That’s nearly a whole new spring wardrobe for the price of like one item! And even though most of these pieces are on the trendier side, I don’t mind because I love the colors/prints regardless, and I know they’ll see wear throughout this spring and summer.