When it comes to capturing rebellious, free-spirited fun, contemporary casual brand Gold Saturn pretty much has it perfected. Inspired by a cross-country road trip, designer David Jon Acosta has created an edgy, effortlessly chic collection that pairs bohemian flair with vintage appeal. Shot in the Florida Everglades, the Road Trip collection lookbook is full of loose-fitting tanks and tees, super-soft cotton bodysuits, and cute knotted headbands with spikes and studs. These pieces would be perfect for a last-minute drive across state lines — just throw them in your suitcase and hit the road. Click through to view each look, then shop the pieces for yourself.
If you haven't yet been sucked in by the turband — turban + headband ($26-$32) — what are you waiting for? Gold Saturn's creations are the perfect Summer accessory, a good way to ease into the turban trend a la Kate Moss without going full-blown. Tie-dye, denim, leopard, hearts, stripes, Missoni-inspired knits — your biggest dilemma will be, which one to choose?
I've long wanted to dabble with the turban trend, but have been hesitant for fear I'll look silly. Thanks to Gold Saturn, now I can dabble with confidence. They've created the part turban, part headband Turband — thick enough to resemble a real turban but thin enough to not envelope your entire head. The best part is that there's a style for everyone: purple and gray tie-dye, black and red hearts, metallic leopard, and solid orange and green. And they're only $26 each. They would make a cute birthday gift for a fashion-forward girlfriend. Dabble away.
You either loved or hated when Whitney Port wore Diane von Furstenberg's floral headband from the Spring '09 runway. If you recall, the headbands added extra whimsy to the already glorious clothes. If you loved, I have a look for less that will make the prettiest boho chick out there. Don't worry — DvF gown is not required.
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Everyone's always preaching: Make love not war, but I love that Gold Saturn is saying, Make Clothes Not War! It shows designer David Jon Acosta's dedication for his craft. Not only is the slogan cheeky, so are his designs. And they're inexpensive! Other than the Make Clothes Not War Tunic ($35), there is a Prescription for Peace Tank ($35) and a Peace Hand Abstraction Deep V-Neck ($38). This way you can preach peace and look stylish while doing it.