$145 – net-a-porter.com
Summer is sizzling and so are these tiny treasures that we are craving at STYLE2020 Academy.
We found this cool and classy maxi dress at the cute LulaMae boutique off of Abbot Kinney Road in Venice, California. Layer this piece by Pink Stitch with a variety of necklaces and it will take you from day to night in an easy breezy fashion.
While in Venice, stroll down the street to the Principessa boutique and grab yourself the hottest cap on the planet by eskyflavor. These lovelies are made in Hawaii and you can choose from a variety of colors and words. From surfers to fashionistas these little divas are all the rage this summer.
While at Principessa, I snagged this hand beaded anklet for $28.00. The perfect addition to wear with your maxi dress or board shorts.
Like what you see? STYLE2020 Academy would love to hear from you on your favorite treasures and trends. Send us an email at Michele@mystyle2020.com and we may feature your fun and fab finds our our website and social media page.
Until next time my darlings-
Look cool as you soak up the sun with my picks for sand and surf essentials.
I am obsessed with these hand-made, one of a kind, beach blankets by Head Regal. They are as fabulous as they are practical. Your body will look adorbs while lounging by the water, yet they are versatile enough to wear as a sarong or use as a throw on your bed.
The founders of Head Regal are two California native women and moms that have style as rocking as their designs. Grab yourself a couple of these fab finds and you will be obsessed as well.
Photos courtesy of www.headregal.com
I’m craving this bikini top by LJCDesigns. Layer it under a tank for that perfect peek a boo effect. For $23.00 it is a summer winner that will set you up in style.
Photos courtesy of LJCDesigns
Grooving on this dry oil sunscreen by Coppertone. It gave me a great glow while watching my tiny tots play in the sand.
Enjoy these lazy days of summer. I love you and all that is fashion in your life…
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