Anna G. Larson, Published August 25 2013
Style Profile: Bohemian style for young mother
The mother of two and senior account manager at Discovery Benefits says she has her work style and her post-work style.
Work style for Hunstad is usually a uniform of skinny jeans, flats and a blazer. Post-work and weekend style is more hippie-inspired, with comfortable fabrics and earthy prints.
I spotted Hunstad in Island Park where she was wearing a flowery, printed post-work outfit inspired by her time abroad in Australia.
Describe your style. Bohemian, but I also wear a lot of jeans and T-shirts.
What are you wearing today? Free People pants from The Classic in Moorhead, Free People scarf, American Apparel top, vintage jewelry, and a necklace and rings from Proper & Prim.
Who are your style icons? Models Erin Wasson and Kate Moss. They have effortless style.
How my mom dressed in the 1970s also inspires me. She wore a lot of bell bottoms and had feathered hair.
What are your ultimate splurges and bargains? I splurge on Citizens of Humanity denim, and I’ve been eyeing a Mara Hoffman swimsuit.
My bargains are mostly hats and jewelry. They usually cost less than $15.
What’s the gutsiest thing you’ve ever worn? Crocheted bell bottoms by Free People. They’re peach and more of an open-weave crochet so they throw people off.
Do you shop anywhere surprising? I find a lot of hats and jewelry at the Moorhead Antique Mall.
What’re your most prized fashion possessions? My grandma’s vintage scarf and the T-shirts I’ve illustrated that my husband prints at his family business, Old Lutheran.
Readers can reach Forum reporter Anna G. Larson at (701) 241-5525