Bohemian fashion is usually thought to coincide with summer music festivals, late night camp fires, and an over all care free life style. Like most fashion trends, it escalated to popularity through musicians and media personnel. Before the likes of Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez donned flowy maxi skirts and over sized yet still stylish t-shirts, the bohemian movement was making huge marks in Greenwich Village during the 60’s. Young people would move to New York from all over to live among writers, musicians, budding actresses and models and they all gave off the same feeling of care free relaxation and creativity. Now, the bohemian movement has experienced a rebirth as more people, young and mature a like, enjoy it’s comfort and versatility.
The different pieces featured below are by themselves diverse and capable of creating different looks, but when styled together, they capture the essence of the bohemian look perfectly. The skirt from daily look and strappy sandals from LuLu’s adds femininity which is combated by the graphic muscle tee and the open knit cardigan from Forever21 attracts attention with it’s rusty tone. The best thing about this outfit however, is that it comes in just under $100 even though it ticks all the boxes in terms of style, quality and comfort. If you want to add even more dynamic, you can accessorize with various bangles, rings and necklaced layered atop each other.
Necessary Clothing I woke Up Like This Too Tank $6
Forever21 Open-Knit Batwing Cardigan $27.90
Daily Look Crochet Maxi Skirt $49.99
Armin 24 Tan Leg Wrap Sandals $15