Dakota Fanning was spotted out and around Malibu, California and fans are sounding off about her outfit. Dakota has a laid-back bohemian style and is a big fan of Sleeper dresses and it was no surprise that she kept with her comfy, yet practical style. The blonde, 26-year-old beauty was out with friends and wore a cutout bathing suit paired with a midi skirt. The bathing suit is from Solid & Striped and is a one shoulder, one-piece bathing suit that features a large cutout on side of the abdomen. It is called the Claudia One Piece and retails for approximately $160. Dakota wore the swimsuit in white.
Dakota paired the swimsuit with the Reformation skirt that is called the Roxanne Flamingo Linen Skirt. The garment features a high, side slit and a muted floral print in the colors yellow, purple, and white. The skirt is a midi and comes down to about mid-calf length.
The floral skirt is ultra-feminine and it paired perfectly with Dakota’s asymmetrical bathing suit top.
Dakota made sure she was safe from the Coronavirus pandemic and wore a matching face mask with the outfit. As one of her friends was seen pushing a baby stroller, it was imperative that Dakota kept the face mask on, especially as Coronaovirus cases are spiking across the nation.
You can check out the skirt and one-piece bathing suit that Dakota wore in the photo slideshow that you may see below.
For footwear, Dakota Fanning opted for a pair of slim flip flops from Havaianas. She carried her belongings in a tote bag from Goyard. The purse is called the St. Louis Tote Bag and it is a generous size purse that allowed her to carry many items at once.
You may see another photo slideshow featuring Dakota fanning in the outfit below.
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What do you think about Dakota Fanning’s bathing suit and midi skirt? Do you like the look?
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