This Memorial holiday weekend I attended the Dance Africa Festival in Brooklyn. A yearly tradition of sorts that comprises of cultural music and fashion in colors of glory. Eyes wide open for all of the grandeur on this festival.
Being a fan of colors in abundance I was right in my element. Oh my gosh was I in my element. The colors made love to my eyes and I was in gaga land the whole event. Below you will see exactly what I mean. (!!!)
Colorful clothes in an array of prints (!!!). Pop color necklaces just in time for the season.
Hand-woven decorative items for the home and statement piece necklaces that make an outfit an outfit ;-)
In light of all the exuberant colors I was expecting, I pulled out the mixed prints with a vintage skirt, tribal print sandals (Target), and pop color shoulder bag (Gap). It was the easiest of outfits to wear to an event like this. I felt so free.
Can you get hold of this print overload below??? H E A V E N :-) All of these gorgeous prints were orgasmic in sight!!
I just loved all the print work on every item at the festival. It gave me inspiration and a reminder not be afraid of pairings because in the end everything works itself out.
Topped off the end of my memorial weekend with brunch in the city and wore an easy vintage button-down dress and tophsop sandals. It was a colorful weekend and I was all smiles for it!
Hope you enjoyed your Memorial Holiday Weekend!