HipLatina Style: 7 Latina Fashionistas Winning the Fashion Game


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Each week, in a column called HipLatina Style, we take a look at different ways Latinas show off their unique style, and share it with the world. This week, it’s back to the superb fashion looks from bloggers, stylists, and influencers. Think your form of expression is equally fab? Hashtag your Instagram photos #HipLatinaStyle to be featured next!

’90s Vibes

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Hey there Monday, so nice to see you again. 👋🏼 I see Mondays as an opportunity to start a fresh new week with new goals, perspectives and a new attitude regardless of how your previous week went. 🙌🏼 Let Monday set the tone for the rest of the week and make a list of everything you wish to accomplish, even if you don't get to it all, you'll know you spent your week working towards something besides just existing. 🤷🏽‍♀️I'm currently working on a brand new venture that I cannot wait to share with you guys! I'm pouring my all into it hoping that you all love it! ❤️ On that note…. HAPPY MONDAY! XO 📷:@mamasitta . . . . . . . #NYC #BK #Brooklyn #Friends #Curlfriends #curlygirls #curls #curlyhair #naturalhair #afro #afropower #summer #newyorkcity #rizos #fashionstylist #nystylist #curlynaturalhair #girlswithcurls #curly #curlygirl #NewWeek #potd #naturalgirls #summertime #fashion #fashionphotography #curvy #latina #curly #curlyhairstyles #MondayGoals

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How cute is this outfit?! Dominicana Sherly Tavarez uses her creative director/stylist skills to put together a look that is very ’90s—mini backpack, baby tee, pastel colors, Afro puffs/hair half up, half down)—yet very of-the-moment.

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