Summer Fashion: Boho Pieces to Rock this Season
From Janis Joplin to Bianca Jagger, '70s style is all the rage this season.
Crop tops, sky-high wedges and bold bikinis are a given during summer time, but what of all those fabulous runway trends we spotted last year? From the prevalence of striking red shades to polka dots galore, a number of trends can be incorporated into your wardrobe seamlessly, providing a plethora of fresh new outfits with which to tackle those scorching months in stride. When it comes to this year's most fabulous summer fashion boho reigns supreme.
Among our favorite trends from the runway were the bold Bohemian looks sent down the catwalk by everyone from Valentino to Saint Laurent. You, too, can get this bold look by injecting a few far-out pieces into your ensemble. A trip to your local flea market or thrift store is totally necessary when it's vintage-style bohemian pieces you're after. A pair of classic bell-bottoms can be instantly revitalized when paired with the perfect-fitting vintage T-shirt and wide-brimmed hat. Add in a pair of large, round sunnies a la Janis Joplin to create an unmistakably cool girl vibe sure to attract attention.
There are few things more alluring that bright, bold prints during spring and summer time. Luckily, there are a million and one options to choose from for finicky fashionistas fearful of committing to just one. Be on the lookout for vibrant maxi dresses and throw on a denim vest for casual days or a fierce structured blazer for a modern take on a timeless silhouette for night time. Effortless but totally effective, all you need is a neutral smokey eye to play up the glam factor.
Florals during the warm months are completely predictable, but that doesn't make them any less chic. From floral motifs on shoes and clutches to full-on floral frocks, there are plenty of ways to sport these pretty prints without breaking the bank. Opt for a flirty floral skirt and pair it with anything from a chambray shirt to a silk camisole to create a gorgeous outfit befitting the season.