What is your ensemble trying to say? In history, many styles of clothing have been worn to make a statement, and not just in the sense of fashion, but a literal statement. We have seen the headwrap worn by “Rosie the Riveter” to display confidence and courage, along with girls of the ’60s portraying peace and love. These ladies wore them in an attempt to mirror social movements, but whatever your reason may be, a headwrap is a fashionable accessory that will “speak” to your peers.
Even though times have changed, some styles carry on forever. With this in mind, you can see that this Fashionista is an inspired flower-child that rocked a maroon headwrap from Urban Outfitters as the perfect touch to the rest of her intricate outfit details.
When I first spotted her, I could tell that her headwrap complemented her soft, yet beautiful smile and her care-free style. It not only complemented her personality, but her entire outfit as well. She paired a printed tank from Urban Outfitters with lace trimmed jean shorts from Free People. As the day turned into night, she covered herself in a cool sweater, and let’s face it, made for a comfortable boho OOTD.
One thing that stuck out to me was how easily her outfit transitioned with her accessories from top to bottom. Her cuff from Linea Pelle and gladiator sandals from Sam Edelman kept a consistent neutral feel in the air. However, it was the bold headwrap that spoke to me as the perfect style advice.
This Fashionista proves that sometimes your best fashion accessory is your personality—or a headwrap—and her portrayal of this style idea was on point. The next time you are closet searching and can’t decide what to wear, ask yourself, “What portrays my personality?” Allow your outfit to speak fashionably to your peers!