Another segment of the Asher Marie Collection “Meet the Models” series is now live. Today we take a peek into the life of my sister Rachel. You’ve seen her around Her Heel Flops in Summer Dress Trends, Fashion Photo Shoot Outtakes, and Bohemian Fashion Tips. Now we get to learn more about Rachel and her favorite Asher Marie dress, the Marissa (our other sister’s namesake). For more, click “Meet the Models Series: Rachel.”
It’s become a buzzword this spring season: Boho! We see it advertised in magazines and in boutiques, but what exactly is Boho?
Last month we reviewed the highlights of New York Fashion Week, one of which was the bohemian (or boho) chic style that graced the runways. In this post we take a closer look at bohemian fashion and the various textures, accessories, and elements you can incorporate into your wardrobe. If you are looking for a bohemian fashion blog post—here is the one to bookmark and share!
When it comes to this airy and vintage style, I have to showcase my sister Rachel. This is her staple style and it’s easy to associate her free spirit and willingness to try new things.
Boho styles are unique, which is why I think Rachel is attracted to it. Even though it is a style all its own, you can pair and match pieces that have a completely authentic one-of-a-kind look and feel.
- Hippie-headbands and headwraps (turbands) – don’t forget a braid or three!
- Flats or gladiator sandals
- Pashmina or patterned scarf
- Statement necklace
- Natural elements (jewelry featuring wood, pearls, shells, crystals, feathers or turquoise stones)
- Floppy hats
- Distressed leather
- Floral embroidery
- Maxi skirts and maxi dresses
- Tank tops under loosely knit sweaters or crocheted vests
- Peasant tops and tunic dresses
A nice thing about bohemian outfits is that they are not just comfortable and casual, you can make them elegant too. To glam up a bohemian outfit, add silk and diamonds. Part your hair and twist into an updo with a small braid trailing from your part. Leave the gladiator sandals at home and slip into an ankle wrap wedge.
Remember not to compromise your own style when you incorporate bohemian elements. If you paired all of the features above into a single outfit you may overload the style. For example, try not to wear feather earrings with a feather headband. Pair “loud” or statement jewelry pieces with subdued clothing, and balance patterned dresses with minimal or delicate accessories. You’ll find a comfort zone pretty quickly, and look effortless at the same time!