Cinco de Mayo Inspires a Fiesta of Fashion

It's Cinco! And like a good stiff drink, nothing puts us in the mood for a fiesta like proper attire. So, in honor of the land of Mayan ruins, margaritas, and spring break mistakes we've rounded up a few festive favorites. Authentic? Probably not. But with boat-loads of warm weather days ahead, we think that pieces like Antik Batik's flutter sleeve dress or a roomy-take-me-everywhere bag will last far beyond your last shot of Tequila. So drink 'em up. Because sartorially speaking, there's nothing quite as party-perfect as a Mexican accent.
Above, from left: Katy Rodriguez Romper, for info, go; Tsumori Chisato Cattle Lace Hairband, $70, available at Opening Ceremony.
Above, clockwise from left: Tsumori Chisato Embroidered Shoulder Bag, $1,150, available at Opening Ceremony; Rachel Comey Crochet Flats, $322, available at Creatures of Comfort; Antik Batik Helmut Beaded Top, $220, available at Bird.

Above, from left: Serena Dress, $56, available at Nasty Gal; Bird Handbags One Night Stand Bag, $955, available at Net-A-Porter.
Above, from left: Vintage Leather Tooled Clutch, $68, available at Nasty Gal; Antik Batik Runway Dress, $295, available at Bird.

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