That BOHO Chic: Your Guide to Bohemian/Festival Style

That BOHO Chic: Your Guide to Bohemian/Festival Style

We’re experiencing cooler temperatures on some days and it is no news that it’s already spring, but even more timely is the fact that it is festival season and everyone on the gram seems to be sharing their Coachella vibes.

Music festivals often attract a lot of skin bearing looks as well as free flowing outfits, because I mean you’re really there to just have fun and enjoy the vibes. Most people tend to gear towards the Bohemian vibes, because boho styles are free flowing and just generally fun.

The Bohemian style of dressing can be traced back to the 1960s and 1970s or maybe even further in time. The style is mostly expressed in form of free flowing fabrics and it emphasizes concern for the environment, which in turn makes you feel in harmony with yourself and with nature. There are really no set rules about what is and what isn’t Bohemian, so you have the ability to really explore what works for you and that’s what I admire most about this style of dressing.

This look is certainly super trendy and serving Coachella Vibes. For absolute comfort, you can ditch the heels for some flats or maybe even boots. Hair wise, my hair definitely complements this outfit, as Bohemian style typically accommodates long loose waves, so does festival style. Since Boho is also a very natural and fresh look, my make up typically compliments this – because it isn’t heavy at all. Big bold make up looks are definitely out of the question when going Boho/Festival. My natural look on my lips and my overall dewy finish is definitely Boho.

To finish off my look, I paired it with some dangling earrings and an artisan handmade bag. Bohemian style places emphasis on an eco friendly environment, so it is important to finish off your look with handmade jewelry made by artisans. I purchased my bag last year when I went home and took a trip to Kenya. I fell in love with it, due to it’s unique design and the shells used in making it. Had no idea how I would wear it, but it definitely came in handy in this guide to being a Bohemian/Festival chic. To shop similar Bohemian looks, shop the carousel below

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Lace up heeled sandals
Lace up heeled sandals
Tiered off the shoulder top
Tiered off the shoulder top
Bardot Tiered Ruffle Top
Bardot Tiered Ruffle Top
Flounced Dress
Flounced Dress
Ruffle Tie Mini Skirt
Ruffle Tie Mini Skirt
Lace up heeled sandals
Lace up heeled sandals
Tiered off the shoulder top
Tiered off the shoulder top
Bardot Tiered Ruffle Top
Bardot Tiered Ruffle Top
Flounced Dress
Flounced Dress
Ruffle Tie Mini Skirt
Ruffle Tie Mini Skirt
Lace up heeled sandals
Lace up heeled sandals
Tiered off the shoulder top
Tiered off the shoulder top
Bardot Tiered Ruffle Top
Bardot Tiered Ruffle Top
Flounced Dress
Flounced Dress
Ruffle Tie Mini Skirt
Ruffle Tie Mini Skirt

The colors of my look are actually inspired by Justin Timberlakes Señorita. Watch the full video below

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