Gray isn’t necessarily the first color that comes to mind in the summertime because of undesirable sweat marks in the hot, hot heat, but this Fashionista has taken summer festival fashion and translated it to something sweet and chic. Gray clashes well with bright summer colors, so don’t be afraid to pair it with something neon blue or a bright coral. If you’re not sure how to wear gray, try a sick graphic. Flowy graphics are great because these tops allow ventilation and are perfect to pair with high-waisted shorts for an effortless look.
Whenever you wear gray, don’t be afraid to pile on a bunch of silver toned jewelry with pops of neon to brighten up your overall look. Lately I’ve been constantly browsing Etsy for handmade and unique jewelry designs to add to my collection and love Vivid Venus and byfrancisfrank. Vivid Venus is a jewelry designer from Sacramento, CA, and sells her designs through local boutiques, Etsy, occasional flea markets and is lauching her new website. Her metalwork is perfect to accessorize in the summertime because of the minimal look. Francis Frank has a boho rocker vibe coming from Los Angeles that will provide you with the sickest summer festival accessories that complement gray toned clothing well. I just purchased this hamsa hand chain and I can’t wait to wear it to San Francisco’s Outsidelands next week!
She finished off her look with a pair of gladiator sandals, which should be any Fashionista’s summer staple. With a simple summer look go bold with a statement sandal. I love Jeffrey Campbell and the edgy style their brand carries. For any girl who loves platforms, this glammed-up rocker brand is known for their in-your-face shoes and owning a pair would be a dream. Sam Edelman is at a slightly lower price point and makes the most durable sandals I have ever owned. I love their bohemian style and the soles of the sandals have a little cushion that feels great to walk in all day long. These sandals are definitely worth the investment for something stylish and made to last your for many seasons to come.