With the weather this summer starting out at overcast and rainy, Fashionita’s everywhere haven’t let it stop them from rocking their favorite summer attire.  I found this Fashionista on Stony Brook University’s campus in her favorite cotton sundress and a H&M cardigan.  She accessorized her look with boots from Carlos Santana, a jade/white gold necklace, a sterling silver charm bracelet and the Neverfull MM Louis Vuitton tote.

The Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM bag in Damier Canvas adds some glam to this Fashionista’s boho chic outfit. This is one of my favorite totes as its size is perfect for a day at school! Every Fashionista needs a big enough bag in order to fit their daily necessities. My go to items are my iPhone, wallet, gum, lip-gloss, water bottle, mascara and hand sanitizer. Add a couple books on your average class day and a bag this size is a must. A Michael Kors tote is another one of my favorites and can serve the same purpose as the Louis Vuitton tote.

I love how the cowboy boots look with this relaxed outfit. The way the asymmetrical line of the dress meets the top of boots is gorgeous. With warmer summer days approaching, I recommend pairing this look with sandals and a denim vest! A kimono is another great alternative accessory to this Fashionista’s look in instead of the cardigan.

Inspired by Vanessa Hudgen’s continuous bohemian style, I found that the asymmetrical line of the dress would be complemented by wearing a longer necklace. This trendy Pocahontas necklace from JewelMint is perfect! Today’s Fashionista was wearing a charm bracelet. I recommend the growing products of Alex and Ani for this charm bracelet look. Alex and Ani is a growing product that resembles a charm bracelet where the charms portray your own individual positive message to share with the world.

Spotted: A very boho dress and look is found in the spring 2011 ready-to-wear Roberto Cavalli fashion show. Boho chic is a feminine fashion influenced by various bohemian and hippie styles. Continue to indulge in bohemian/hippie pieces this summer while thinking about the summer of love in 1967 when this subculture movement reached its peak!



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