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House of Kimåne

Reversible Front Tie Top

Reversible Front Tie Top

Regular price $199.00 USD
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This reversible front tie top features front and back panels crafted from exquisite leftover fabrics from our kimonos, while the other side is made from vintage fabric. Layer it over a shirt for a unique look. The front is decorated with japanese velvet ribbons.

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Tops are measured laid flat.

Materials

We're all about creating clothes that not only look amazing, but also make a difference in the world. That's why we love upcycling post-consumer materials and giving new life to items that would have otherwise gone to waste.

Not only are we reducing our impact on the environment, but we're also creating unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that you won't find anywhere else.

And the best part? We even upcycle our own waste to make sure nothing goes to waste.

Shipping & Returns

We do not accept returns as all of our products are unique, one-of-a-kind and in most cases custom made. However, we do accept exchanges. Custom made kimånes cannot be returned or refunded. Head to our Exchanges & Returns page to read more.

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Use Our Fit Guide To Know Your Fit

Welcome to House of Kimåne's Fit Guide - your go-to resource for finding the perfect fit for your unique body shape.Our Kimånes are one-of-a-kind, just like you! Originally made-to-measure as traditional Moroccan djellabas, our Kimånes do not come in standard sizes. Our Fit Guide takes the guesswork out of finding your size.
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The Timeless Wardrobe Essential: Introducing the Kimåne

Get ready to fall in love with your new best friend - the Kimåne! This versatile piece is the perfect addition to your wardrobe and will take you from day to night with ease. Whether you're looking for a timeless and sophisticated look or a more casual and relaxed style, the Kimåne is the answer.