Baby Kimono are designed after traditional Japanese kimonos for adults. The word 'kimono' is taken from the two Japanese words 'ki', which means 'wear' and 'mono', which means 'thing' - and translates into English as 'clothing'.
I love the fantastic range of vibrant colours and designs used in these baby kimonos.
Isn't the cherry blossom fabric gorgeous! I picked up the tiny Pair of wooden getas, traditional japanese sandals, from the Salvation Army for a $1.
The goldfish fabric is fresh and vibrant! This kimono includes a tiny pair of shorts -too cute!
What I love most about baby kimonos are how practical they are for babies. Babies hate having anything pulled over their heads so a wrap style baby kimono allows you to avoid upsetting your baby at changing time.
Here's Elsa May sportting her 'nearly new' baby kimono! Happy 6 month Birthday Elsa May!
Hope you had a "thrifty weekend"!