Boho fashion undeniably is a fad that is spread on the streets around the world and the credit goes to all those big names who primarily include Kate Moss and Sienna Miller. These trendsetter have put forth the lifestyle of radical and artistic nomads with a wide angle of glamour, style and fashion to it. Designers like Marc Jacobs and Roberto Cavalli further have ramped up the style and made it a taste of a ton.
When the weather is on a roll at each hour of the day, it can totally be the best time for a cultural exploration. And simply by adding an instant worldly flair to the most basic closets, rich motifs from across the globe, accompanied by luxurious accessories, create an instant diversified edge. This Fashionista hence can be your idol. This Fashionista’s tribal flair and a defined boho style truly drives the free spirit vibe.
This Fashionista, who was headed to the quad for a relaxing afternoon, captured the essence of boho-chic with her tie-dye ensemble and waistcoats and a little mild and loud accessories. Her tie-dyed spaghetti top and the diligent color printed layered skirt gives her a clear edge over the crowds of collegiate gator-clad students on the NIFT campus.
While the boho trend characteristically draws its hues from soft and mild contrasts, topping it with the basic black cropped waistcoat can be the perfect match. Other enhancing elements of her look are her round framed caramel brown eyeglasses and her nose ring.
Choosing a simple short hairstyle and opting for minimal makeup, this Fashionista’s finishing touches keep all eyes on her ensemble’s feature piece. Paired with five stringed and chained necklaces and complementary black wristbands, this Fashionista takes the playful look to full lengths. If I should further add this Fashionista has cleverly made her bunch efficient by hanging a pendrive and hence solving the biggest problem which each of us face is losing it more than once each semester. Also it is adorable how she has paired different earrings and flawlessly flows with her look.
Although I’m not a fan of the headbands across the forehead and the large amounts of fringe that often come with this hippie-inspired trend, I think they work in small doses and be a great option to make it look a little louder.
One Simple Change: As with many, the key rule to the fierce trend is to stick to one strong pattern—combining contrasting pieces can quickly take the look from chic to confuse. Trendsetters should stay from clingy pieces that may distort complex prints and opt for loose and flowing silhouettes, as exemplified by this Fashionista.