Saturday, 30 April 2016


Winter is 'not' coming any time soon to Melbourne. Warm weather is still keeping up appearances and I can't be happier. 

Yes, I know Coachella is over but I am still in the festival spirit as Boho chic is one of most spectacular and feminine styles that exist.

Why do I like this style?- I feel like this is a style of free-spirited and beautiful people. If I was to define it, I would use the words like artistic, joy and openness. This style allows the use of unusual patterns or prints in neutral/earthy shades ranging from grey, blue and even pink. You can create weightless effect by choosing fabrics like chiffon and lace. This style can be rocked on a beach or in the city, from day to night. 

Additional options?- This look can be even be achieved with maxi dresses or maxi skirts- by adding crochet tops, chambray tops or even slouchy knits.Fur vest is another bohemian inspired garment that can be added as a outwear.  

Footwear choices?- From ballet flats to cowboy boots, from gladiator sandals to ankle boots- you will be spoilt with choices. 

Accessories- Choose from Felt Fedora hats, turbans, headbands, scarves, bracelets, rings, oversized necklaces, long chained big pendants- anything you want. After all its about being free-spirited.

Hairstyle and make-up?- Boho chic style requires minimal make-up and hairstyle like braids (simple middle braid/fishtail), messy top knots or even out-of-bed hair look.

There are so many ways of coming up with the Boho chic look that can suit your individual styles. Just be creative!! 

So go ahead and try this charming bohemian goodness look! 

-"From my perspective"

Dress- Myer 
(Though I just bought it, somehow can't find it online, similar here)
Boots- Jo Mercer
(Last season, similar here in black & tan with fringe details)
Bag- Wittner (click here to buy)
Felt Fedora Hat- Cotton on (click here to buy)


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