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Fashion: Grass-Fields Silk Animal Print Kimono

It’s been a few weeks now since I shared with you an outfit blog post, so today I decided to showcase a super sassy little number I’ve just packed up for my holiday to Portugal!

This Brown Silk Animal Print Kimono Dress is from a brand called Grass-Fields, who are a UK based African Clothing Brand who sell African print women’s fashion in a modern, fresh way. The items online are so beautiful – some real intricate items and some real bold print, eclectic looks.

I just fell in love with this one straight away…

I’m super excited about this silky dress mainly because a) I love leopard print and obsess over this pattern, and b) I love the kimono style, whether it’s a dress, shall, blouse – anything with that kimono style loose sleeve wins for me.

This gorgeous dress retails at £49.00 and I feel soooo special wearing it! I’ve put a black vest top underneath it, but you could pop on a crop top, a bandeau, or even a bikini underneath, depending where you’re off to.

And like shown on the website, it looks fab with black leggings worn underneath on the legs too…

Over at Grass-Fields, you’ll find they retail an amazing array of African printed garments that you won’t find anywhere else. Such unique styles made with quality… I’m really happy to have discovered them as I always prefer shopping at newer, small companies who really put a personal stamp on their creations.

All their garments are ethically made, and are made in the UK and Cameroon.

I’m wearing the dress below in my latest vlog, so do check it out because I give you a little stand-up and move-around look wearing the dress so you can kind of see it in ‘real life’!

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