Let’s play a word association game. When you hear the word festival, what do you think of? Do the words Bohemian, hippie and flower crowns come to mind? If you answered yes, then you are probably thinking of a music festival such as Coachella or the legendary Woodstock. While you may have the urge to dress up in layers upon layers of crochet knits, feather earrings and endless fringe, this Fashionista created the perfect look for an endless amount of summer festivities.
Accessories truly do make or break an outfit. I know I sound like a broken record, but it’s true. The turquoise and white of this Fashionista’s necklace ties into and brings out the blue and white of her distressed denim shorts and vice versa. Backtrack to the necklace for a moment; is that not the coolest thing or what? It combines stone, metal and wood into a remarkable tribalesque statement piece.
I cannot begin to tell you how in love I am with the color combination of this ensemble. Turquoise and orange, the self-appointed color combination of the season, is definitely something to mimic and obsess over. Not to mention the orange of her shirt matches the orange in her scrunchie. Hello 1990!
This Fashionista goes even further with keeping a turquoise and silver jewelry motif by adorning her arm with silver Alex and Ani bracelets and a single turquoise and silver bangle. For being comfortable while still exuding style, she sports a pair of Converse All-Stars, a true classic. Last, but certainly not least, no summertime outfit is complete without the ultimate accessory, a Starbucks. In keeping with the tangerine theme, this stylish lady kept cool by enjoying a refreshing iced tea. Finish off with perfectly tousled carefree hair, and she is ready for any festival, fair or celebration her town has to offer.
One Simple Change: With just over a month before the new school year starts, it is time to get our new wardrobes ready. For the upcoming summer to fall transition period, adding a chambray shirt to this look will make this outfit appropriate for class all semester long.