A few days ago, The Rachel Zoe Report posted this really awesome guide for Boho Chic. Because this is a look I'm trying to achieve more and more, I fell in love with this post. Consequently, I tried to emulate her style in my looks for this past weekend. So here's a look at my attempts to be Boho Chic.
|I'm beyond obsessed with this hat, so retro! The Rebecca Taylor peasant blouse was so righteous for this look. And my golden jewels added the perfect amount of glamour for my overall look. LOVED IT.|
- A maxi skirt is a MUST. I love this skirt from Urban Outfitters: it's well priced, the print makes it more complex, and the sheer fabric makes it summer appropriate!
- While you're buying the skirt at Urban, why don't you pick up a pair of these awesomely flared pants? For those who are intimidated by the bell-bottom trend, these pants are perfect: flare but not too much. And the front pockets are so vintage!
- Playsuits are so Studio 54. The crocheted elements of this Aqua number makes the playsuit more casual and almost effortless, which I love!
- This maxi dress would look so boho chic with layers of necklaces and wedges!
- If I had this awesome vest, I'd pair it up with high waisted shorts to portray that retro vixen look!
- This cute little number has such a sick print, how sick would this look with a brown bomber jacket?
- Free People is the definition of Boho Chic, in my mind. If you're ever in need of inspiration, hit up a Free People store or their website.
Well, that's all for now. But as they say in Rent, La Vie Boheme!