Even though normcore or minimal styling remains popular and influential, some ladies still continue to opt for fancy styling. It may need more efforts to do so, but everything becomes worthwhile in the end notably when sported with right components. Others might prefer preppy, flamboyant, arty or bohemian look, which can mostly be seen in music festivals, but what if you just felt wearing a bohemian chic ensemble even you were not heading over to any festivals or parties? How to keep the outfit minimal but still looks bohemian?
It is almost parallel with the rules in shaping a bohemian outfit:
First, go for earthy or neutral colors.
Just like any bohemian outfit, earthy tones are the significant elements of this look as they are the ones that complete it. On the other hand, vibrant and pastel shades can also give special twist if you wanted to wear one – just make sure to keep the color combination simple with no neon colors and with no more than four shades.
Second, pick clothes with tassels, fringes, laces or crochet.
Anything simple can look chicer with these, even without accessorizing. Similar with any of your clothing, they are easy and can serve as anyone’s outfit accent because of their timeless details and textures. Thus, even though I only wore simple shades of white and brown from head to toe, without any accessories aside from my earring, such details already gave trendy and bohemian touch to my outfit.
And last but not the least: wear heels or sandals in natural shades.
What really makes it look less bohemian is by wearing fewer accessories and not sporting boots but heels, flats or sandals. Also, forget about hat and dangly earrings, and just wear your hair down and opt for simple jewelries.
As long as you keep it less and simple, it is undoubtedly possible to make your bohemian ensemble classy and timeless without people mistakenly think about you are heading to a party.
On Trice Nagusara: Top and Skirt GTW by SM Woman | Heels Call It Spring
Shot by Seph Cham