I am back with a new post after the Holi hangover and this time I am here to tell you about the term “bohemian style”. You must have heard about it as boho style. Bohemian style is usually for the people who live life unconventionally. People that follow bohemian style prefer free and flowy fabrics. The style usually keeps environmental concern in mind, which is why they wear natural fabric and used clothing.
I have made three simple boho outfits which are different from each other but paired with the same accessories throughout.
I am wearing a black tank top along with a long skirt from Sarojini nagar (a local market in Delhi) and brown flats with beads (also from Sarojini nagar). My mom whipped up a turban out of a simple cream color dupatta from her closet and I accessorized the outfit with a pink tassel neckpiece, a gold coin necklace, the pom pom earrings, a golden bracelet and a handmade banjaran bag: all of which came from Don Desi India. You must have read about Don Desi India in my last Holi post. Don Desi India is a brand that makes handmade bags and jewelry with intricate work and detailing.
For the second outfit, I went with same black tank top, accessories and flats. But for a change I wore an ethnic jacket from gole market (a local market in Lucknow), over the tank top, and paired it with the cream color palazzo pants from Sarojini nagar (these are the same palazzo pants which I wore in my last Holi post).
At last, I continued with same tank top, accessories and flats again but replaced the ethnic jacket with a fringe shrug and instead of the palazzo plants, I wore white lace denim shorts from friend’s closet. I carried a small colorful bag from Don Desi India with this outfit.
This is how you can make three different boho looks with the same accessories. If you are a boho chic then you are going to love those free and flowy clothes along with a turban or a tiara made with real natural flowers and a whole lot of accessories. I am in love with the beautiful collection of accessories and bags from Don Desi India. It gave me the actual boho vibes I wanted. Go on their page on Instagram/Facebook and order for yourself!
Long skirt, flats, palazzo pants and fringe shrug: Sarojini nagar (a local market in Delhi)
Ethnic jacket: Gole market (a local market in Lucknow)
Shorts: Friend’s closet
Content editor: Nimisha Raizada
MUA: Ishita Pandey
Photography credits: Raj Dixit