Free People top ℅ Zappos (on sale! Size down.); American Eagle jeans; Lemons and Lace floral headband; Curious Creatures necklace; Target sunglasses; Chinese Laundry flats (though I wish it was warm enough to wear my Birk's!)
By now I think the Coachella photos and updates via social media are a bit much, but I still enjoy seeing boho style at it's best, especially when it is done right. I don't love seeing how celebrity's style themselves for Coachella, because they have endless cash flow and stylists and such, but I do enjoy seeing real life women interpret festival wear. I've been looking online and seeing so many great pieces to add into my closet that is festival inspired (a little window shopping never hurt anyone, hmmm?), so let's get down to it.
Seeing how Free People is the mothership for boho lovers, we can start there. This sleeveless, embroidered peasant top would look great with denim shorts OR over a long maxi skirt.
I like the short in front, long in back dimensions of this filmy white blouse.
White dresses are my THING in the Summer, loving the ease and flow of this one.
I would wear this voile slip dress over shorts to add some fun. (And a floral headband, obvi.)
I follow Lulu's via Instagram and always find cute little looks and pieces that they post. They have great inspiration photos that I really get inspired by daily. I also have a couple of their pieces and really love the quality.
Here's another white dress (there are NEVER too many), but this one is tipped in crochet. Gorgeous.
I have a couple of Roxy dresses and think they have the softest fabric imaginable. This tie dye baby doll dress is adorable.
A beautiful, lace maxi skirt.
A long and swishy teal maxi dress.
Lastly, for me boho style is mostly about the accessories. Long turquoise necklaces, an armful of The Shine Project bracelets, simple sandals and some type of headband (floral!) are musts. Oh, and round sunglasses. They scream Penny Lane to me and I adore them.
Tell me, do you like boho style, or is it not your thing?
P.S. Did you know Teva's are back? I know. I've always hated them, but Damsel in Dior made me kind of like them. Darn it.