The romantic fashion era of the 60s and 70s, involved bright colors, embellishments, and long loose silhouettes. It was the decade of endless creativity and a little bit of craziness that helped shape it’s fashion into such a powerful trend that is still going on strong today. As, Vera Wang once said, “…While being a hippie was a very political statement in the 1960’s and 1970’s, now it is a huge stylistic statement. It’s a fashion trend. It’s about being spirited, carefree, and cool.”
As I release my inner hippie, I opt for flowy, lightweight clothes. I embrace rich prints and patterns and let the bright colors speak for themselves. The key point is to be effortless and simply wear what your heart desires. Today, I have partnered up with Vera Wang and her newest fragrance from her Princess line, Hippie Princess, to give you a chance to win the fragrance and a shopping spree at Kohl’s. All you have to do is share your best hippie look on Instagram with @VeraWangGang, and hashtags #VWHIPPIEPRINCESS and #TVContest for a chance to win. Click here to see the perfume.
For those who are headed back to school soon, a new scent will be a key element on your first-day impressions. Whether you are deciding on wearing your summertime staples or new fall wardrobe buys, remember to stay true to who you are and wear what you feel most comfortable with. My back to school tip? Thought you would never ask! Let that bohemian spirit of yours free, be brave and start a conversation with someone you don’t know. You never know what great things can come out of that.
Wishing you all a great start to another school year and good luck in the contest!
Wearing: Vintage Kimono | Nastygal blouse | Ralph Lauren Shorts | Forever 21 Fedora | Raybans | Zara sandals
Don’t forget, all you have to do is share your best hippie look on Instagram with @VeraWangGang, and hashtags #VWHIPPIEPRINCESS and #TVContest for a chance to win. Click here to see the perfume.
**This post was sponsored by Vera Wang Fragrances, all comments and opinions remain my own.