Thursday, 27 February 2014


 So when I was asked to style a Boho Chic look as a part of my assignment at FAD International, India with LCS (London College Of Style) I had a lot going on my mind. I looked up for references and inspirations like the Olsen twins as you can say I am totally obsessed with their style, the reason why I had a whole blog post dedicated to them. In the process I realized that bohemian is all about embracing your own personality. Every Boho chic look has individuality to it. There are no rules of getting a Boho Chic look right. Bohemian style may be described as a trend with certain looks to follow, but it's really all about following your own inspirations.

About the look: While styling this look minimalism was what I kept in mind as I wanted to style a much wearable boho chic look. I pulled this outfit from mine and a friend's wardrobe. A pleated skirt with a tint of orange that stops just above the ankle and a white crop top seemed just the right combination. Fitted clothes don't really go well with bohemian style, so flowy silhouettes are the right choice. I used minimal accessories, a colorful stoned chain and just one earring that gives the whole look a not so perfect finish. The John Lennon vintage glasses just added on to the look making it look quite hipster. For shoes I chose cheetah print sneakers, something that not many would expect (aren't those pink laces just too adorable?). And that was the whole point of this look, to be a lot more individualistic, original and to not be perfect. As I believe "Life does not have to be perfect to be beautiful". 

Styled by | Priyanka (Me)
Model | Shreya Chaudhry
Make Up | Niyati Mehta
Photography | Lavanya Singh