The boho chic look has been trending for a while now and is most notably characterized by tribal prints, fringe and flower crowns. For me, boho chic has always been an important trend in fashion especially when it’s musical festival season. However, as summer is coming to an end and fall is slowly approaching, the boho chic ensemble is redefined in terms of clothing.
For instance, instead of wearing gladiator sandals or bright tribal print shorts, the incoming fall weather will consist of knit tribal print clothes, leggings and boots. With that in mind, I caught this Fashionista wearing a very trendy pair of tribal print woven boots, the perfect accessory for a night out in the summer. As a Fashionista planning ahead, these boots are so versatile that they could be worn in either the fall or summer season. I loved how she paired them with a high-low billowy, chiffon skirt and accessories to match. What caught my eye the most about this outfit was the well-coordinated color scheme with a mix of a dark orange and light cognac hues.
This Fashionista recounted how she got a lot of her fashion inspiration from traveling, which is easy to see through her ethnic ensemble and accessories. She told me that her ring was a handmade designed piece from Peru — and it’s reversible! How cool is that? If you can’t tell from my reaction, I think the unique piece is a total steal from anyone’s jewelry collection. With her one-of-a-kind eclectic jewelry and southwestern, exotic inspired flare, this Fashionista will definitely be the leader of the tribe.
Spotted: Tribal prints hitting the runway in Mara Hoffman’s fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection.