Traveling is, perhaps, one of the more luxurious and most exciting parts of summertime. Whether it’s a weekend road trip or an adventure overseas, traveling is a great way to spend your homework-free season. This Fashionista infused a comfortable outfit with a bold color choice and boho accessories, which is a perfect look when going from point A to point B.
If you’re taking turns driving with your parents or if you’re between flights all day, you’re going to want to dress as comfortable as possible. For many Fashionistas, traveling means yoga pants and sweatshirts, but it doesn’t have to. You never know when you’ll meet a career connection or celebrity on the go. So while you’re choosing your airport outfit, go for a stylishly comfortable look rather than picking one element over the other. This Fashionista chose a maxi dress, which is a great choice for traveling as its freely flowing material offers comfort while its appeal remains nevertheless chic.
Coral has been flooding the runway and filling the pages of fashion magazines all season. Simply put, coral is this summer’s “it” color. Coral is a hue with great potential as it offers Fashionistas/os so many important elements and possibilities such as making a statement or staying stylishly subtle. This Fashionista chose to go bold with her choice of color, as she traveled in a solid coral maxi dress. Dressing with bold colors is a great and, not to mention, simple avenue to making your trip a fashionable one.
Coco Chanel once said, “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street. Fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” With Chanel’s wise words in mind, there’s nothing more fashionable than authentic culture, which is what traveling is all about — immersing yourself in and experiencing new ways of life. Reflecting different cultures through your wardrobe is a great element to incorporate every day and especially when traveling. This Fashionista paired some authentically foreign accessories with her maxi dress to give her outfit more of a boho feel. Her necklace was made in Africa, while her satchel was made in Turkey.
One Simple Change: The great thing about a maxi dress is its hassle-free removal, which makes it a great cover-up for a bikini. Fashionistas can wear their swimsuits under a maxi dress and be ready for the beach without making a pit stop to the infamous sandy restrooms to change. Accessorize your maxi dress with a tote and a floppy hat for a fashionable day at the beach.