The new season has inspired designer Cynthia Vincent to add boho chic vibes to her cool Twelfth Street collection. The unique blend of stylish colors and prints make the label's resort 2012 collection a magnet for attention, so check out the highly fashionable designs and pick your new season favorites!
The new season is all about having fun with your outfits and
Cynthia Vincent's Twelfth Street resort 2012 line demonstrates the
style boosting ability of gypsy and bohemian chic themed outfits.
On trend looks with a high dose of individuality are featured in
Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent resort 2012 lookbook, so if
you're ready for a style transformation, check out the following
must haves for every fashionista and pick your new season style
The unique way that Cynthia Vincent manages to combine elegance with casualness has helped the label establish a name in the fashion industry, drawing the attention of an array of style icons including Sienna Miller and Ashley Olsen.
Juxtaposing vintage designs with contemporary styles, Cynthia Vincent manages to create fresh, feminine silhouettes that impress through their pitch perfect style and craftsmanship with every collection. Mixing and matching various separates to achieve a unique, statement chic look is definitely a must this season as Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent resort 2012 lookbook demonstrates, so fear not to layer your favorite items. Gorgeous cardigans layered over stylish blouses, skirt ensembles as well as flirty maxi dresses can definitely give you a more sophisticated chic allure.
Monochromes paired with cool animal prints, tie-dyes, heavily printed motifs are all a definite must have this season, so take 12th Street's style into consideration and learn how to bring out your inner style icon while still maintaining a flirty laid back look.
A pair of stylish platforms paired with some cool socks will help give a more unique appeal to your look, so dare to be different and mix and match various stylish pieces for an eclectic, fashion forward look!
Photos courtesy of Cynthia Vincent