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Anna G. Larson, Published August 25 2013

Style Profile: Bohemian style for young mother

FARGO – With her beachy waves and flowing ensemble, Annie Hunstad looks every bit Bohemian.

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