Last week I took my kids to the shops in their pajamas and I got some funny looks. Not that there’s anything wrong with Thomas the Tank Engine flannelettes and a fluffy onesie (which I would have been wearing myself if I could get away with it), it’s just that they’re so obviously pajamas.
Thankfully, this range of kyoto kimonos by Nobodinoz solves my ‘pajamas at the shops’ conundrum.
If there are two words that don’t intersect regularly enough in my day-to-day life it’s ‘stylish’ and ‘comfortable’. Just like the beautiful furniture offerings from Spanish brand Nobodinoz that we’ve talked about before, these kimonos manage to be both.
Made from 100 per cent cotton, warm and easy to move in, these kimonos are a great nighttime option for kids. Or, if you’re anything like me they’re a pretty great daytime option as well!
The kimonos come in a range of different prints and most options work well for girls or boys. Each print is available in sizes 2-6 and prices start from €35.95.
Inspired by Japanese culture, designed with parisian brand BOdeBO and made in Barcelona, I feel like it’s basically fair to call the kimonos a worldwide collaboration (especially after you get some shipped to Australia!)