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Lydia & Lilac Boutique

 Who's ready for a little Christmas shopping? Today I'm reviewing Lydia & Lilac Boutique, they offer beautiful women clothing and accessories. You'll sure be able to cross a few names off your Christmas list!
Lydia & Lilac was created by Michelle, she was inspired by Lydia. Lydia is a biblical person and can be found in the Bible. (Acts 16:11–15) Michelle hopes that Lydia & Lilac inspire women to lead beautiful lives. Each piece from her boutique have been carefully chosen based on quality, texture, color, and with a feminine touch. Her goal is for women to find something special and unique. Making her feel lovely, strong, and confident.(Disclosure, all items provided by Lydia & Lilac all my opinions are mine and I'm keeping it 100%.)
One of her pieces is the Willow Floral Kimono in Navy. This kimono is the perfect staple in my closet, it can be worn both in the fall and summer. The kimono is beautifully sewn. The fabric is luxurious and has great quality. It feels smooth and soft against my skin. The pattern cut is carefully thought out, because the length is perfect. I really like the fact that it's a quarter sleeve. It retails at $39 and you can get it in small/medium, medium/large, or curvy. This definitely makes a MUST in HER Christmas list!
She also offers unique and beautiful accessories to complement your look. Like these beautiful Adeline Crystal Oval Studs in gold. The earrings are dime size, they have the perfect amount of sparkle, with a hint of gold. They add a little sparkle to your outfit without overpowering your look. They are the perfect accessory to any outfit, such as the Willow Kimono or a holiday dress. Remember all good things come in small packages, and these would make the perfect gift for your special Lady in your life!
I paired my Willow Kimono with a simple emerald tank, jeans, and boots. So, that the floral kimono would be front and center of the outfit. The Adeline earrings made the perfect accessory to this outfit. This outfit had me feeling all the fall vibes!
Make sure to visit Lydia & Lilac to do a little Christmas shopping! You'll sure find something beautiful for YOU or for someone in your family. Everything from tops, skirts, dresses, kimonos, scarves, and accessories. You can get FREE shipping on orders $50 or more with code SHIPFREE50. Remember shopping small makes a difference, happy shoppings!!


  1. This is a great review! I’m always looking for new chic clothing boutiques. I’ll have to check it out.


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