Beautiful hippie girl outdoors at sunset. Boho fashion style

If you feel like summer just came and went in the blink of an eye, don’t worry; there’s still some time left to get in on the warm weather fashion action.


Festival Style

image courtesy of Nasty Gal - tie black dress

Image courtesy of Nasty Gal

Think Coachella, Bonnaroo, or even Woodstock, but anywhere, anytime. With the ever-growing popularity of music festivals all around the country, a style has been bred that’s become as well-loved as the music itself.

Now you can easily find plenty of fringe, suede, florals, and crochet to please your inner bohemian soul from some of your favorite online retailers. Free People, Nasty Gal, and Top Shop each have entire sections dedicated to festival fashion.

Looking for just one fun piece? Try Nasty Gal’s Afterparty Vintage Tie the Knot Dress with lace-up details and a cool 70’s style; it can even be worn into fall with boots and a cute sweater pulled over.


The Playsuit

As warm summer nights draw to a close, keep your weekends out fun and whimsical with a romper. If you didn’t get a chance to bounce around the beach in one, you can still get yourself a chic version to throw on with heels and tousled hair for an effortless glam look on a night out.

My favorite is the Aubrey Jumpsuit, with cute peek-a-boo cutouts, by Karina Grimaldi. If those pilates classes are finally revealing some sculpted shoulders, show them off in the Iris Strapless Jumpsuit by Black Halo.


Summer Bling

Henri Bendel Luxe Midi Crystal Ring Set

Image courtesy of Henri Bendel

This summer was all about standing out. Whether it was with pops of color, shiny attention-grabbing pieces, or fun embellishments, it’s the time of year when accessories can really make a statement.

Holst + Lee’s Multi-colored Pom Pom Bracelet is a simple way to add some warmth and excitement to any outfit. Henri Bendel’s Luxe Midi Crystal Ring Set is an affordable option that also comes in rose gold, another summer 2015 trend. Lastly, the Pamela Love Serpent Bangle is one of my picks to add a little edge to otherwise simple ensembles.