She’s unique, she’s grungy, she’s boho, and she’s totally inspirational.
Erin Wasson’s laid back personality and ‘who cares’ attitude combine to make her style utterly enviable. It’s rare that people are so confident in who they are and what they have to offer, but Wasson pulls off that confidence flawlessly. Not only do I love the styles she models down the runway (and in her everyday life), but I also find myself wanting to buy everything she designs for her jewelry line LowLuv. Now, if only I had that pair of patent leather leggings, my life would be complete. :)
Because these street style mavens are serving up some lessons!
So, taking a note from yesterday’s post, I thought I would introduce the amazingness that is Cult Gaia.
If you haven’t heard of this brand yet, Cult Gaia is an “off kilter, whimsical brand that celebrates the exploration of fantasy, fun, and everyone’s inner rebellious charm.” It will take you out of your city routine and transport you to the splendor of a perfect sunny California day. Hop on board!
I know I’m not the first to report on festival style, but I just couldn’t help putting my two cents in about some of the amazing fashion statements being made at the various music fests going on this spring.
First: It’s an oldie, but a goodie- hats, headbands and head wraps. We accessorize nearly every inch of our bodies (hello earrings, rings, necklaces, shoes…) so why not our heads? It can add a great little boost of personality to an outfit.
Second: Cross-body bags. They’re cute, they’re stylish, and they’re convenient. Need I say more?
Third: There is always general flowy-ness to festival outfits that’s so appealing. It’s an easiness that allows you to move, dance and twirl ’til your hearts content. And, if you pick fabrics that drape nicely on your body, you can have loosely cut items that allow you to move around all day that are still figure flattering. The best of both worlds!
Photos from: coachella.com, guestofaguest.com, theglitterguide.com