If you are someone who is still scouring for Kate Moss’s blue vintage rehearsal dinner dress, Welcome to the club. Not only that dress caused a stir on fashion scene but turned me insomniac for few days. And, I still wonder where can I get that flowing blue dress? May sound like an exaggeration but I bet people with bohemian signature style can resonate with it. Honestly, we bohemian souls can never live in a world of greys and black. We need drama and that unique spin on our fashion trends. Because at the end, we are escapists. Still, if all this sounds greek to you and you are skeptical about the trend, ask yourself the following;
If someone ever said, “Orange is the never black”, I never abide by it. Because bohemians always believe in conjuring up new trends. Just like our soul, our fashion is nomadic. So, if you detest being mainstream owing to your wandering soul, bohemian trend will be up your alley.
Are you sartorially daring?
Boho trend had always been a fierce contradiction to mainstream fashion. Rejecting the conformity, it embraces billowing dresses, earthy tones, voluminous sleeves, fiercely flared hemlines, playful beads, fringed bags and everything which is unfettered by rules. So, if you live by unconventionality, then go ahead, Querida!
Are you eccentric and rebellious?
Sophistication doesn’t exist in our vocabulary. Perceiving world as an outsider, we believe in crafting eclectic aesthetic to our living. If you still count yourself as a grown up child, then you belong to this boho chic world.
Is Kate Moss, Sienna Miller or Talitha Getty your role model?
Although steeped in French roots, Bohemian trend turned showstopper during late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Since then, it has put its best foot forward with dramatic changes gradually. Be it Talitha Getty who typified hippie fashion or Sienna Miller’s laid back ensembles. And anyways, I am already gaga over Kate Moss’s fashion experimentation.
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When it comes to trends, don’t we even readily embrace discomfort? Common, don’t shrug off the fact that stilettos are a torture or wearing corset to conceal baby fat is pain in the ass; still we all nod yes for it. Thus, I owe all my gratitude towards boho trend which is not only comforting but flattering for all shapes and sizes.
So, if your thoughts echoes with the above, start embracing oranges and passion fruit pinks, sweeping skirts with ruffles, wild hair flowing with headscarf and colorful feathers and beads. Get Set Go for this laid back style and Rule the World, Baby.