DO's & DONT's of BOHO STYLE

DO's & DONT's of BOHO STYLE

Whispers of a boho vibe flood the air as the eyes wander over the lovely sunny weather. There's something about wearing free-spirited clothing that takes us back to a simpler period. The boho style, which originated in the late 1960s, is largely renowned for emitting a distinct and artistic mood by simply mixing natural materials, neutral tones, layering, and, most importantly, comfort.

If you're having trouble picturing it, consider what you'd wear to Coachella without the excessive Hollywood-infused touch. To encourage you, we've created a short set of guidelines that will turn your boho style from nay to yes and avoid you from being labelled an "old hippie."

Start with accessories like over-the-top headbands, fringed handbags, and ethnic footwear if you're hesitant.

Don't confuse "boho-chic" with "carefree hippy." There's a narrow line between appearing like a chaotic bohemian and like you haven't washed in a year.

Choose maxi dresses and antique products. If you want to go all-out Boho, match your dress with cowboy boots and you're set!

Don't forget that large clothing is essential for pulling off the boho-chic aesthetic. Make sure the end product is an enormous silhouette with a sassy edge.

Layer your clothing. Pair a lovely flowery gown with a fringed gilet and a gold headpiece, for example.

Do wear floral crowns when it comes to headpieces.

If you like trousers, then go for flared pants.

Don't overlook the significance of textiles. Suede, lace, and crochet are your best bets.

Wear a kimono with high-waisted denim shorts and a bodysuit.

Don't underestimate the power of accessories like retro sunglasses and sprawling necklaces!