Fashion Fiesta\nInspired by a weekend trip with her family to Mexico, W’s fashion market and accessories director selects some eclectic accessories and bright separates.\nThe perfect boots for when I am feeling a little Western. \n\n Aquazzura boots, $995, netaporter.com.\nMexico City natives Phoebe and Annette Stephens design the chicest pieces inspired by local art. \n\nAnndra Neen bag, $298, kirnazabete.com.\nWhat's a trip to Mexico without some decadent jewelry? \n\n Dolce and Gabbana earrings, $1,235, mytheresa.com.\nPineda Covalin sells beautiful silk scarves inspired by Mexican culture. \n\n Pineda Covalin scarf, $142, pinedacovalinaz.com.\nIt’s always good to have a warm sweater on hand for when it gets chilly at night. \n\nMexchic sweater, $225, shoplatitude.com.\nAn oversized necklace by Mexican designer by Olga Pristine makes dressing up at night all that much easier. \n\n Olga Prieto necklace, $250, shoplatitude.com.\nMy friend Sara Beltran designs the best printed bags — great to take to the beach or on a trip. \n\n Dezso by Sara Beltran tote, $175, shoplatitude.com.\nI love these shorts for sleeping. \n\nMi Golondrina shorts, $105, migolondrina.com.\nFinally, one of my favorite prints comes in a luscious throw. \n\n Red cheeky throw, $125, shoplatitude.com.\nNot only is this jacket chic, all of the proceeds benefit victims of violence in Mexico. \n\n Juan Carlos Obando jacket, $1,250, shoplatitude.com.