Going Boho

Boho-chic has been prevalent in fashion to varying degrees for the last 20 years. There is something about the flowy designs, pretty prints and casual femininity which designers and celebrities alike continue to resort back to. Coachella is practically the yearly celebration of boho-chic. This season pays tribute to the 70’s boho look with flared pants, wide-sleeves, maxi-dresses and fringing.

Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer RTW 2015. 70's vibes are strong.
Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer RTW 2015. 70’s vibes are strong.

Personally I was not a fan of the 70’s fashion, and I may never be a fan of flared pants, but it did pave the way for intricate prints and feminine dress styles. They make me fantasise about dancing around in a field of daisies barefoot without a care to spare, which is sort-of how I imagine the 70’s decade to be honest.┬áHere is a collection of some of my favourite new boho-chic dresses:

asos boho dress
‘Asos’ Boho Dress
Glamorous fit and flare in geometric print
‘Glamorous’ fit and flare in geometric print
‘Jen’s pirate Booty’ Lace Dress
‘Misguided’ Maxi Dress
‘Sportsgirl’ Fringed Faux Suede Tunic

 

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