Identify Your Kimono Robe Personality

Your kimono robe isn’t just a piece of clothing to wear. For us, kimono robes are so much more than that. Inspired by the traditional Japanese kimono and a plethora of vintage Asian art, these modern kimono robes are an expressive canvas for you to bring your own story to life. Each and every piece is wearable art, gently draped over your shoulders. The style, color, and length you choose all bring something unique to the forefront of your sartorial expression. That’s why kimono robes are inherent to your persona, meant to make you feel beautiful, and mostly, to make you feel like the queen you are.

In each and every kimono pattern, we’ve woven symbolism into the details. From the cherry blossom to the crane, every design has a special meaning behind it, giving it a kind of spirit and evoking a unique state of mind. We’ve rounded up just a few of our favorite kimono patterns and the meaning behind the designs so you can find a kimono robe that speaks directly to you, and one that helps you express your personality the best. Which kimono robe matches your personality, lovely?:

Handpainted Cherry Blossom Kimono Robe
Photo by Stephanie Russo
You Love What’s New: The Handpainted Cherry Blossom Kimono Robe

With the cherry blossom, everything has a chance to be new again. As the flower of spring, this is the kimono pattern for someone who loves to embrace what’s up and coming, and someone who loves change. From season to season and day to day, you recreate yourself from top to bottom. Whether that means you have a penchant for moving every few years or have fun wearing your kimono robe in a million different ways, if it’s new it’s for you. The cherry blossoms in this blue kimono robe stand out as an ethereal design that brings to life the blooms that come alive each spring when nature, too, becomes new again.

Peony & Butterfly Kimono Robe
Photo by Christiana Revalo
You Look For Beauty Everywhere: The Peony & Butterfly Kimono Robe

The peony represents beauty in all forms. From your inner life to your outer, the peony stands for the gorgeous ways in which you shine your light in the world. If you’re looking for beauty in everything, from your slow, meditative mornings to your midday walks throughout your town to your evening routine with your favorite book and a cup of tea, beauty is the throughline of your day. If you look for beauty in every place and every face, you tend to see it. And, our customers have certainly seen the beauty in this white kimono robe, because it’s one of our bestsellers and fan favorites. The delicate peony and playfulness of the butterfly mix in a piece of wearable art that makes sure beauty sways your way all day.

Handpainted Lotus Kimono Robe
Photo by Melissa Gayle
You Are Tuned Into Your Instincts: The Handpainted Lotus Kimono Robe

The lotus has many meanings, but perhaps its most profound is enlightenment. The lotus represents vibrating on a higher plane. It’s a flower of self-regeneration and rebirth. It represents the purity of letting your instincts guide you, so you’re always in tune with your deepest desires. Perhaps you’re tuned into your instincts, or that’s something you’re trying to access a little more deeply. In either case, this beautiful white kimono robe is a beautiful way to remind yourself that the only answers you ever need are the ones you’ve had all along.

Silk Yuri Kimono Robe
Photo by Angie Silvy
You Are a Leader: The Silk Yuri Kimono Robe
The beauty of the iris flower is in its delicate petals, but don’t mistake softness for weakness. This powerful flower represents royalty and wisdom. There is a gravitas to the symbolic meaning of the iris because it touches on how wisdom and leadership go hand in hand. This delicate floral kimono pattern brings out the sweetness of the flower and, hopefully every time you wear it, the queen in you.
Handpainted Peacock Kimono Robe
Photo by Maria Del Rio
You Have a Nurturing Heart: The Handpainted Peacock Kimono Robe

People often couple the image of the peacock with the idea of ego and, even sometimes, arrogance. However, in our kimono patterns, the peacock represents something a little bit more benevolent. It takes those powerful vibes and stands for the all-encompassing power of love. The peacock represents good will and a nurturing heart. You are someone who looks out for others, who uses your power to make things better and brighter for those around you. You have confidence in your ability to bring about positive change because you come from a place of love. If that sounds like you, this is your kimono pattern.

Handpainted Crane Kimono Robe
Photo by Stephanie Russo
You Look For the Good: The Handpainted Crane Kimono Robe

With the beautiful handpainting of the crane against soft silk, the meaning of happiness truly comes to life. This symbolic bird represents longevity and good fortune, and brings those elements to anyone who wears it. This green kimono robe uses the elements of depth and vibrancy to bring out the gorgeous impact of this meaningful bird. You might love this kimono pattern if you’re an optimist. If you look for the good in everything and everyone, feel that life is generally on your side, and strive to find gratitude in every day, this kimono robe calls your name. And if you’re looking to cultivate those qualities, what better way to remind yourself to have a positive outlook than to wrap yourself in luxury at the beginning and end of each day?

Which Kimono Robe Speaks to You?

So now that you know a little bit more about the symbolism behind each one of our kimono patterns, which one speaks to you the most? Are you drawn to the loving nature of the peacock or the optimism of the crane? Perhaps you love the promise of a new season brought out by the cherry blossom or the delicate power of the iris. Each piece expresses something truly beautiful, and in turn, something truly beautiful about you. So whichever kimono robe is for you, we hope the silky texture, floral kimono patterns, and intentional designs of each and every piece makes you feel like the queen you are.

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