The Bohemian style trend continues to always catch my eye. I remember when about two years ago, it was all you saw on the street style blogs and magazines. However, I like to believe it will always be a trend that can come and go, whenever. The overall look stands out in a casual way, yet remains eye-catching. I think a favorite highlight of the particular trend are the accessories that are usually seen with the look. I think that the “boho” trend really made me notice and appreciate accessories and jewelry mostly because it is usually the elements of the style that make such statements in the look.
This particular Fashionista can inspire us all when it comes to switching from summer to fall fashion. From the long Zara shirt to the statement necklace, she carries herself well. With the casual sandals to the round orange sunglasses, the whole look places us back in time, where a lot of similar clothes and accessories were introduced and seen: 1970s youth movement. The thing that makes this particular look stand out the most, are the colors in her individual accessories. The orange round, vintage inspired sunglasses from Urban Outfitters are classic. I think they are chic and striking. As well as the beautiful Tibetan neckless around her neck; its a casual yet presents a strong contrast, against the “thrifty” black-tee.
As summer begins to come to an end, transitioning into fall fashion can be an difficult and complex procedure for us Fashionista/os. However, I like to find it an exciting and refreshing; a change that is always fun to play around with, especially with the styling and colors involved. Particular garments from this look don't need to be packed away. The great length, as well as simplicity of the skirt, can be used in fall. Suggestion: it can be worn with a casual pair of ankle boots and wool socks. The accessories are also a great keeper and don't necessarily scream summer only. You can also incorporate the shirt with a great thrifty, wool sweater!
Wanting to recreate this Fashionista's look? Explore stores around your hometown. Get creative and seek a vintage thrift store. They are always a great place to find fashion that can place you in history!
So go out and get inspired!