When you try to be boho but you still 90’s

Hey everyone, I know I’ve been MIA for some time now, but I’m back. Been working on some new exciting stuff soon to come, I’ve got a lot of irons in the fire and a lot of plates to keep spinning, but for now I wanted to share a quick look I put together for you guys. So this is essentially my failed interpretation of what a bohemian look should have been. As you can tell it’s not quite yet boho, but it’s almost there. No worries though, that’s part of the fun in fashion. Sometimes you set out to do something and get something entirely different but just as good. Never try to force fashion, just go where the clothes take you.This is a perfect example of taking a trend and adapting it to your own style. In this case I landed square in the middle of the 90’s, the decade of my heart. It’s always a good day when I get to walk the streets looking like I just stepped out of a Biggie music video (well minus the top).

So now for the process that put together this look. In my original vision the pairing of light wash flared jeans with a bohemian off the shoulder top screamed 70’s and it just seemed like it a perfect fit. I decided to add some sandals to the mix but thought to myself why not take the comfy route and pair it with some kicks. How hackneyed of me right? Choosing sneakers over sandals did throw my outfit off course from what I originally planned, but sometimes when you’re walking the world it’s better to get sidetracked. After all I’m a city girl and I have to stay true to my roots, steady reppin the 90’s always.

Top: top from my middle school days (learn to recycle fashion and be okay with it)

Bottoms: Top Shop

Shoes: Nike Air Max 

Jewelry: Bangels Forever21 and Necklace from Turkey


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