This Fall: Boho Chic Woodstock

Probably one of the few movies that I have been looking forward to this summer is Ang Lee's Taking Woodstock - the story of a Greenwich Village interior designer who unknowingly helped spark a historical hippie-cultural revolution by hosting the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival at his family's motel as a way to salvage his parent's property.

Of course, I cannot think about this movie and disregard its fashion implications for this fall. I like to call it Boho Chic Woodstock.

This fall, keep your beach hair and enjoy a season of peace and music. And please, leave the lava lamp at the frat house.
Boho Chic Woodstock
Watercolor-Graphic V-Neck Tee, $14.50 at Old Navy
Mocha Colored Ankle Jeans, $39.99 at Gap
Inspired by the original 1969 Woodstock Festival poster, Moleskine Woodstock Music Notebook 5x8, $17.95 at Barnes & Noble
Paisley-Print Lightweight Scarf, $12.50 at Old Navy
Carry your groceries in this Eco-Friendly Peace Canvas Tote, $6.98 at Target

This season, forget about getting your boho chic jewelry at the mall.
tead, check out these stylish, handmade necklaces from Bead for Life. Ugandan women make these necklaces by rolling up recycled paper into colorful beads, and then sell them as a way to support their families. Bead for Life Africa

Visit Bead for Life to learn more about their cause.
Necklaces are about $15, you'll look fabulous and will be helping end hunger in Africa.

Peace. Love. Start a Re
volution. But remember, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.

Happy Shopping :)

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