For some reason, floral prints are always revived around springtime when the sun starts to shine longer, and it’s no secret that they do look great in the sunshine. They add color and texture to clothing in a sweet and charming manner, and, luckily for me, sunshine is something we are not lacking here in California. Therefore, floral prints turn out to be a yearlong obsession, as well as, a constant fashion staple for us.
This Fashionista rocks the gentle and bohemian vibe that I have always loved, and often try to emulate myself. I think that beautiful hair is so important when presenting yourself. Therefore, accessorizing your luscious locks with flowers and jewels is a great way to add some glamour to a simple outfit, or, vice versa, keeping your hair in order when wearing some fabulous couture. The light pink roses on this flower headband contrast beautifully with this Fashionista’s hair tone, and (with some brilliant styling touches) she managed to find sunglasses that echo the pink hues found in the roses. Her choice of hair accessory is so on point, especially with the Coachella music festival coming up in a month or so, where flower power continues to be all the rage.
The final (and ultimately endearing) aspect of this outfit, was that not only were the flowers in her hair resonated in her smock dress, but also her teal blue purse adds an edgy accent that finishes off her look with carefree and alternative vibe.
Spotted: In contract to the floral, Marc by Marc Jacobs shows off some industrial, yet minimalist black headbands in the fall 2014 ready-to-wear line.