In modern usage , the term ‘bohemian’ is applied to people who live unconventional, usually artistic, lives. Bohemian fashion reflected the lifestyle itself. As i love travelling ‘boho-chic’ style is one of my favourite as its extremely vibrant and also gives required comfort on your journey to discover new places and explore different customs and cultures.
I have created two very different looks that captures the essence of boho styling. I have made use of tribal jewellery to make the outfits look more chic and also because I personally love accesorising. My closet is full of big jewellery items which I collected from different places and I am sure like me there are many others who have done the same but don’t know the right way to style it, this post might give an insight into that problem.
For first look I have used one of my Romper dress which I bought from ‘global desi‘ store some months back but trust me romper dresses are still a huge trend and everyone should own one. Romper dresses of all kinds makes you look cute and if you wear it boho-chic style it will just add on to the charm. I have styled this dress with a big necklace which my sis in law bought from a exhibition, but twist in the story is that I am not wearing it in my neck but on my head to cover that bad hair day which I everyday have because I hate taking care of my hair. Not everyone is as lazy as I am but then, everyone have atleast one bad hair day while travelling. This look might give you some quick hair fix idea. I am also wearing silver metallic comfort sandals from Koovs and a small silver anklet.
Floral prints are every girls love but to be honest I am not a big fan of it but in my second look I am wearing a floral printed dress which I bought for those tassels which you can see in the dress. I have styled this dress in so many different ways but this look hands down has to be my favourite!I have teamed it up with silver metallic sandals and anklet again , this time a different sandals though.The tribal necklace I am wearing in this look is one of my oldest jewellery gifted to me by my mom and so have a special significance.