It’s that time of the year when the weather is perfect for experimenting with clothing. It’s not too hot, it’s not yet cold. And so, the Boho diva in me has been quite active these days, Naturally, I decided to write a post on how to fashion a chic bohemian look with effortless glamour. Also, with being in a 9 to 5 work mode all week long, when it comes to weekend I do love to wear free flowing, casual clothes so much more.
As you can see, I’m wearing a V-Neck rivet embellished tank top with simple blue denims and very little accessorising. My sandals are ghungaroo-embellished flats and bag, a printed tote. Even though nothing is too over-the-top bohemian really, the overall look is one of casual quirkiness that is rather charming.
The key to pulling off the boho look with class is to keep it simple yet edgy. Layering is always a good idea and so I wore a black sleeve-less tee under my light blue tank top. I have to mention here that this top is my go-to closet staple for days when I want to look good, but without going the whole nine yards of carefully putting together an outfit. I was lucky to have found it on www.zaful.com quite by chance while browsing the web late one night. Incidentally, Zaful’s collection is quite trendy and affordable, alongside being of great quality. I have been purchasing their creations ever since I bought this top and simply love the prompt and efficient delivery service they offer.
So I teamed my favourite Zalful top with a pair of plain denims to avoid going overboard with the bohemianism. Instead of wearing very striking clothes, I carried a statement bag, wore some bangles and bracelets, and put on a pair of funky shoes. The idea was to look like I had just thrown on whatever was within easy reach in my closet and still look fashionable.
My advice to anyone experimenting with the boho look is that you should keep it fuss-free yet unconventional. Don’t wear every piece of jewellery you can lay your hands on or something discomfortingly attention-grabbing. Focus on fashioning something unique with your regular clothes using colour-blocking, layering, accessorising and so on. Since there are no rules with this look, you can do any kind of makeup from a barely-there nude finish something bolder, brighter, more exciting. I chose to wear deep red lipstick and some minimal eye-makeup to keep the look fresh. And oh! I genuinely felt so carefree and wonderful in this outfit – my inner boho diva was completely alive and kicking!
What about you? What brings out the boho glam in you? Do share, I’d love to know!
- Black Spagheti Tshirt – Zara Basics
- Embroidery V-Neck Rivet Embellished Tank Top – Zaful (You can use it as a waistcoat as well with a full sleeves tshirt)
- Crop Jeans – Hollister
- Bohemian Bag – SignatureWear.in
- Bracelet – BohoBetty
- Sandals – Monsoon