ACCESSORIES REPORT: Standing Out From Head-to-Toe

Finding eye-drawing accessories can be tough, but this Fashionista knows exactly where to find those unique pieces. Her bold necklace caught my eye across the Cabazon Outlets in Palm Springs, Calif. She found her unique necklace at the Yamashiro Flea Market in Los Angeles. Flea markets hold secret steals that are affordable and one-of-a-kind! Also, flea markets are a great place to find those 'hard to find' pieces. “Vintage dresses” are filling the chain stores, but they are technically not considered true vintage. Visit one of your local secondhand stores or flea markets to find breezy vintage dresses just like this Fashionistas.

Keeping the sun out of your eyes should be done in a fashionable way. This Fashionista did not cut any corners with her round sunglasses. They do their job but are different than the traditional styles. Her sunnies can be found on NASTY GAL. Besides for round shades, NASTY GAL has a great assortment of vintage dresses and other accessories. Round lens sunglasses have recently been a popular buy with brands like Chanel.

Everyone needs a bag that can complete any outfit. A shoulder bag is a great casual accessory that makes the summer relaxed look finished. This Fashionista is wearing a Proenza Schouler shoulder bag that works with both casual and dressier attires. It is both chic yet functional. Don’t forget about your feet! She is wearing perfect summer strappy sandals from Blowfish Shoes that finishes the outfit with a relaxed vibe. Strappy sandals add more to an outfit than the traditional flip-flops because they add more personal style. Tory Burch also has a great selection of strappy sandals.

Stand out with your neckwear but do not wander too far when piecing together your outfit. This week's Fashionista is a great example of sprucing up your traditional summer wardrobe. All of her pieces can be worn throughout the upcoming fall season and are timeless.

Spotted: Strappy Sandals were featured in Tory Burch runway “resort collection” for 2011 summer and fall.

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