ACCESSORIES REPORT: World Wide Woman

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This Fashionista is proof that travel not only molds and influences your style, but that some of the best pieces can be found abroad. When asking her about where all of her individual pieces came from, she went head to toe through her outfit naming South Korea as the universal origin. Furthermore, she says that all of the parts of her outfit, including her tank top, jean button-down, patterned cropped pants, nail polish, backpack and sandals cost less than forty dollars!

I love shopping in foreign countries and being able to compare trends, quality, and pricing and bringing home the best of what each place has to offer. This Fashionista scoured the bazaars of South Korea picking up pieces that when worn together create this stunning outfit and can almost all be worn year round. Furthermore, shopping internationally, almost always guarantees that no one you meet locally will have the same piece as you. And for pieces that perhaps are worn in both places, such as this denim button-down, you will still have the advantage that yours probably cost less. However, if you can’t travel out of the country at the moment, but want to try to recreate this look, try this shirt alternative and these similar colored backpacks.

This Fashionista coolly inserts color on top of her black and white base colors with her pink sandals, green backpack, and a blend of different neons and pastels on each of her fingers. For those wondering how to successfully and uniquely pull off the multi-colored nail trend, this Fashionista shows how to do it boldly alternating her fingers with colors that will more than likely fit with a multitude of outfits and bring out a plethora of accent colors including pinks, orange, blues, purple, and green.

Perhaps my favorite part of this outfit is her bracelets, which are from India. I love bangles especially that are representative of my travels. Bracelets like these, that have multiple colors on them, are great because they are so unique and can be worn with any given number of styles, patterns, and colors.

Spotted: Rihanna in a denim button-down and printed pants.

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