Oona made me do it. Yes, that is blue fringe dangling off the hem of my crazy kimono. If you can't beat crazy, you better join it, I say. The kimono, not Oona :)-
Also still haven't figured out how to hide the remote. So it becomes a prop.
I knew my crazy kimono was missing something. And I actually thought about fringe. But then Oona solidified my decision with her suggestion in the comments. I shortened the hem and added the blue fringe. You better believe I love this thing now. No, it's not one of those gauzy and ethereal kimonos I envisioned. But it is fun. I still haven't figured out exactly what to wear with it. My aunt suggested some wide legged trousers. That may be something to consider in the future. For now I like it with jeans and a tank top. And this maxi.
Arg, why am I so out of focus? I thought I figured the focus part out. Any suggestions?
My other contribution for Oonapalooza is this top. It's the same pattern from my last post. I decided to go for a peter pan collar again. I think y'all boosted my confidence that it was ok. They are both growing on me. And I wanted to use three different prints.
Yes, that's right. Three different prints. We all know that Oona is a master of mixing prints so I decided to take a page from her book. Although I feel like this is really safe print mixing for some reason. The back is that same thrifted rayon I made my first dud version from. The front is a leftover scrap from my last maternity dress. And the collar is another scrap in my stash from way back. I love it.
Happy weekend, friends!