One thing that I love about summer is the chance it gives us to embrace our free spirit, we get to cover or bare as much skin as we want, and we get to play with more colors and prints. That´s the reason why in summer, we see many beautiful boho-inspired pieces springing out.
Case in point, these beautiful boho dresses which some aren´t even in the market yet. But who cares? This post is more about inspiration, so we´ll do just that, talk about five ways to rock the boho look once the weather gets warm. Ready? Set. Go!
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1. Boho Midi Swoon Dress
Take their breath away with this trapeze dress featuring an array of ornate prints and a scalloped, lace-trimmed handkerchief hem. It´s a daytime gown which will surely empress the crowd, why not? With its grand color combination which, even if beautifully busy, is still dominated with neutral tones.
A pair of wooden platforms with t-straps that are made to complement the dress is your perfect polish-it-up.
2. Goodness Ruffled Hem Dress
She´s my favorite from the team! Not because she´s flowy, fancy, or chambray, but just because the way she is. The first time I lay my eyes on her, I quickly knew she´s very me. Soft tone and print in a mix of playful and girly silhouette are her best features.
I will surely not mind going boho the entire season if I´m treated to boho frocks like her. Finish up with equally feminine wedges.
3. Boho Acoustic Maxi Dress
You know that this fuchsia maxi dress has a stunning boho voice, but that voice is neither loud nor bold, which I like. She´s eye-catching enough while still keeping it classy-chic. But I want to make the most of her, so I will wear a pair of really attention-grabbing boho-inspired dazzling sandals to seal the statement.
4. Boho A-line Tier Dress
There are days when I also want to go leggy, that´s when I´d prefer a tiered black printed dress like this oh-so-fluttery frock which I am going to wear with some black ankle boots that will surely make you go ohhh and ahhh.
In short, this is how you do a monochromatic boho ensemble.
5. Boho ALong-Sleeve A-line Dress
I love surprises. So instead of wearing this long sleeve little paisley print dress to a restu opening or a romantic movie date with a pair of high heels, I will wear it with slingback beach sandals, a nude oversized tote bag, and white oversized sunglasses. How gorgeous!
Now tell me girls, which boho dress outfit are you?