What's that one style aesthetic that's laidback, relaxed and lets you express through your clothes as if you were making a painting? You got that right, it's bohemian! The fringe, the floral, and the beads - they all unfailingly make a pretty #ootd. Sure it's earned the tag of typical music festival dressing in recent times, but just so you know, the aesthetic's been around long before Coachella arrived on the scene!
The best part about the style is that it can be worn blended with so many different influences - boho chic is a trendy favourite, there's wintry boho and even fall boho! The style works well all round the year.
Here are four fresh ways to try this summer-to-fall trend, no matter the occasion. e've used the same pair of white wide legged trousers to show all the possibilities you can play with!
Come spring, it's a great idea to use boho elements in an otherwise summery outfit. Pair a bohemian-style top - something with earthy embellishments and colourful prints - with classic wide legged trousers. Focus on bright, gorgeous colours and keep the rest of the outfit pastel.
Because boho is such a strong aesthetic, you don't necessarily have to wear it in your clothing even - you can just add a little element of it through your accessories, like this floppy hat here, and you've taken hot weather to haute couture!
When it comes to fall, it seems like our colour palette for dressing is completely switched for earthy, muted colours and beiges and browns become our best friends. It's also a good time to explore boho since it works with similar hues. Here, we've paired an oversized knitted cardigan with the trousers, and tan accessories to throw in some colour.
Blanket capes are a huge hit among fashion folk and we have to agree - it's super easy to throw on and if in a basic colour, to pair with anything from a dress to denims. We added a fringed bag (fringe being one of the touchstones of boho) and strappy nude heels to complete the look.