Little Mai Sunshine: Pocahontas
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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Pocahontas









Crochet one-piece via eBay (similar here), thrifted shorts (similar here), DIY headpiece, H&M sandals (similar here),
Photography and edited by Christopher Cheng

As I've mentioned before, this Music Festival series is my summer nostalgia even though the summer isn't exactly over yet. But looking back at everything I've accomplished and done this season, I'm already missing the easy and carefree living--not ready to say goodbye to my outdoor adventures. That's why I wanted to conclude summer with an outfit series that represented the summer season: music festivals. Although I haven't been to one myself, there were so many different festivals this year that I couldn't help but imagine what it'd be like to attend one. Thus, I present the last look of the Music Festival outfit series with this Pocahontas-esque ensemble. My mom bought this crochet monokini off eBay for me for no apparent reason. I don't think I'd ever have a real occasion to wear it other than a music festival and I don't believe in crochet swimwear so what better way to make use of it then to incorporate it into an outfit series. I mean a crochet one-piece is pretty bohemian itself. I decided to play around with it even more by adding a braided headband and attaching these long feather earrings to it to create a bohemian hairpiece. Since I was using mostly dark colors on top, I paired the monokini with my favorite striped high-waisted shorts.

I hope you enjoyed another one of my outfit series! I have so much fun creating different outfits around a theme so definitely expect more in the near future. I hope you all enjoy the last week of your summer vacation doing every bit of relaxing and/or having fun before resuming work or school.

Feeling nostalgic for summer already,
Mai Sunshine

Style tip: Most people would say brown and black don't match but it can definitely work together if you use something that brings the colors together. For instance, in this outfit, the feathers incorporated both colors so the headpiece and monokini were more cohesive.

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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Pocahontas









Crochet one-piece via eBay (similar here), thrifted shorts (similar here), DIY headpiece, H&M sandals (similar here),
Photography and edited by Christopher Cheng

As I've mentioned before, this Music Festival series is my summer nostalgia even though the summer isn't exactly over yet. But looking back at everything I've accomplished and done this season, I'm already missing the easy and carefree living--not ready to say goodbye to my outdoor adventures. That's why I wanted to conclude summer with an outfit series that represented the summer season: music festivals. Although I haven't been to one myself, there were so many different festivals this year that I couldn't help but imagine what it'd be like to attend one. Thus, I present the last look of the Music Festival outfit series with this Pocahontas-esque ensemble. My mom bought this crochet monokini off eBay for me for no apparent reason. I don't think I'd ever have a real occasion to wear it other than a music festival and I don't believe in crochet swimwear so what better way to make use of it then to incorporate it into an outfit series. I mean a crochet one-piece is pretty bohemian itself. I decided to play around with it even more by adding a braided headband and attaching these long feather earrings to it to create a bohemian hairpiece. Since I was using mostly dark colors on top, I paired the monokini with my favorite striped high-waisted shorts.

I hope you enjoyed another one of my outfit series! I have so much fun creating different outfits around a theme so definitely expect more in the near future. I hope you all enjoy the last week of your summer vacation doing every bit of relaxing and/or having fun before resuming work or school.

Feeling nostalgic for summer already,
Mai Sunshine

Style tip: Most people would say brown and black don't match but it can definitely work together if you use something that brings the colors together. For instance, in this outfit, the feathers incorporated both colors so the headpiece and monokini were more cohesive.

Shop this look:

Post a Comment