The opulence of velvet is highly on point at the moment, but the lavish beauty of the Protest Song stretch velvet kimono takes the trend to another level. A rich navy, peach, and cream tye dye pattern combined with the buttery, soft texture oozes bohemian luxe. The marvelous, oversized kimono sleeves drape with ease creating a look that demands attention. Styling the one size fits most piece is simple as it is versatile + perfect for multiple occasions - paired with a slipdress for date night, jeans + a tee for the office, or a swimsuit for a put together pool ensemble, the Protest Song kimono offers effortless glam for every occasion.
About the designer:
VICTROLA came to be in 2009 as the alter ego of it's designer, Lauren Cram. She feels that there is an alter ego inside of each of us that is just screaming to get out. VICTROLA just happens to be hers. The line is aimed for the young, confident woman that is daring. This free-spirited woman is a trendsetter, thinks outside of the box, and tends to stick out of the crowd. Above all else, the VICTROLA woman is fearless.