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SFS Tunic Top
for clothes that are versatile and can be used from season to season (although I am kind of excited to buy a few cozy sweaters for the cooler weather.) The SFS Tunic Top is a definite must on my list. It’s lightweight cotton, and can be paired with cut-offs and moccasins OR layered underneath those cozy sweaters. Inspired by her father’s successful kimono business, vintage styles and traditional methods, SFS (San Francisco Souvenirs) was started in 2005 by designer Shinobu Sering. The garments are made in San Francisco and more styles can be found at Gravel & Gold.
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Doie Lounge Kimono-Style Robe, $136
in 2005 by Parsons grad, Sara Kirsner, Doie Lounge is a unique line that was inspired by the designer’s very own style icon, her 91 year-old grandmother. The collection was built on the premise that clothing can be both on trend and socially responsible. Staying true to the brand’s philosophy, these robes are made locally in California from really high quality fabrics that are eco-friendly, ridiculously soft and have amazing detail. The modern cut robes have kimono-style sleeves, hit at the knee and are perfect for lounging. The combination of an updated silhouette, soft bamboo jersey and silk details make these impossible to resist. Getting dressed just got harder, ladies!
Photo: Doie Lounge