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April 20th, 2016 at 2:05am

Spring has finally arrived. Here in Brooklyn, you can really see the beautiful flowers and blossoms that have started to cover the sky with delicate pinks and white petals. My personal favorite is the cherry blossom. While we can all enjoy the delightful scenery, it doesn’t mean we have to wear bright florals from head to toe. Living in New York, many people feel the most comfortable and powerful in black and neutral tones. However, this Fashionista shows you how to get the best of both worlds.

This Fashionista chose to wear a loose-fitting top that is fun and youthful. Its black and white palette is the perfect compromise between wearing head-to-toe black and colorful florals. Its small upside down heart shape print makes it almost monochromatic. The empire waist makes for a soft and flowing style that is ultra-comfortable.

She pairs and styles her top with black skinny jeans, making sure that the top is the main attraction. This Fashionista loves the bohemian style, so she chose to wear a pair of old moccasins with intricate beading that echoes the small print on her shirt. She accessorized with stacks of bracelets and a gray Kanken backpack that fits all her necessities inside. Since it is officially spring time, this Fashionista pulled up her vintage sunglasses to keep her cool. Her purple hair also adds an additional edge to her outfit. 

How To: Find a good small print shirt with simple shapes to create a bohemian yet sophisticated look. Try going to a vintage store for more unique pieces at a fraction of the price.