Fashion From Abroad

We may be thousands of miles away from Coachella, but this Fashionista’s graphic T-shirt brings us back to our favorite music festival. Graphic T-shirts have been around since our parents were teenagers, so completing this look could be as simple as sneaking into your mother’s closet and snagging her favorite “KISS” shirt. Looking to modernize this style? Try a cropped version.

Late spring fashion is all about breezy pieces like this Fashionista’s high-waisted flowy skirt. The soft yellow can be worn during a romantic picnic in Granada’s Garcia Lorca park or to be cute and comfortable on a day of traveling. Her oxfords add a preppy vibe reminding us that we are still in school. Opting for a nude pair instead of the traditional black and white softens up the professional vibe

The smallest accessory or detail can make a huge difference in the statement a Fashionista is trying to say. After all, fashion is all about self-expression. This Fashionista chose to express herself with edgy shades. Aviators are a sunny day must-have for the Fashionista on-the-go.

As the weather gets warmer, accessorizing gets a little more complicated because the last thing a Fashionista wants to do is add more layers. Try wearing a detailed hair piece, like an embroidered headband. Bonus points if you stick fresh flowers in your hair.

During the past year, we have seen arrow tattoos being displayed by Fashionistas around the world. This Fashionista chose to showcase this trend in a less permanent way. The ideology (An arrow can only be a shot by pulling it backward) is familiar with study abroad students adjusting to life in a foreign country. The uncomfortable step is necessary for your life to change…for the better.


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