This Fashionista is reminiscent of 50's fashion and follows a trend that will never go out of style, femininity. From her crochet top to her full floral skirt, this girly gal lightens the mood of the approaching fall season. She proves fashion savy in a frock that mimicks Prada's spring/summer 2011/12 show released days prior at Milan Fashion Week. Floral print may seem unoriginal, but there are a variety of ways to make this look unique and updated. Take today’s Fashionista who has added subtle sexiness to her floral print by pairing it with a bone colored structured corset. The look is innocent with a hint of attitude reflected in her patent navy tote and hardware bangles. I love the idea of mixing hard and soft pieces; bold, daring jewelry or accessories with a sweet sundress, or vice versa with a flirty, body hugging dress accompanied by woven loafers and a Grace Kelly inspired tote. Victoria Beckham is a celebrity master of pairing feminine and harsh looks often by sporting a preppy tight bodice and volume filled skirt, accessorized with metal stilettos and hardware filled bag.
This Fashionista took the cue from the former Posh Spice by showing off her petite figure while adding volume and impactful accessories, such as her oversized Dooney Bourke tote. The most simple way to add drama is by throwing on exaggerated accessories such as oversized shades or bag like this Mossimo large floral tote found at Target. Not only are these accessories stylish, they are also practical; throwing all your books in one bag and shades on your face saves valuable time and effort all college students need.proves fashion savy in a frock that mimicks the newly of Prada's spring/summer 2011/12 show