This is the third post in the Style Staples series (here is the first post and the second post). During this series, I am covering the staples I believe each woman should have, depending on what she considers her true style to be. I don’t see the value in telling women that the same 20 staples are going to work for every single one of us, because it’s just not the case. We all have different likes and different ways we would like to portray ourselves, so this series will give you the opportunity to pick which style you think you’re most closely aligned to and consider purchasing some of the style staples within that group! These clothing and accessory items are versatile pieces that will carry you through multiple outfits.
one: Tory Burch tunic // two: Ray Ban aviators // three: Bauble Bar leather bracelet // four: Fat Face denim shorts // five: Uniqlo braided belt // six: Bauble Bar bronco pendant // seven: Lace top // eight: Madewell leather bag // nine: Navy TOMS shoes // ten: Modcloth maxi dress // eleven: TOPSHOP aztec dress // twelve: Turquoise necklace // thirteen: Joe’s Jeans flare jean // fourteen: Hollister jegging // fifteen: Aztec drop earrings // sixteen: Sam Edelman fringe boots // seventeen: Steve Madden sandals // eighteen: Nine West wedges // nineteen: Mara Hoffman bikini // twenty: Joie floral blouse // twenty one: Abercrombie & Fitch denim top // twenty two: Lovely Bird suede hat
Who is the Bohemian Chic dresser? Bohemian chic is for the gal who feels she is living in the wrong decade. Perhaps the 70′s would be a better fit for this dresser. She absolutely loves the opportunity to go to music festivals in the summer because she has just the wardrobe for it. She loves graphic prints, especially the more recent aztec trend, and prefers wedges and sandals to stilettos.
Things to keep in mind for the Bohemian Chic dresser: Your style puts off a very happy-go-lucky vibe, and while that’s fun and lovely, you may struggle to dress for life’s more serious times. Make sure you add a simple black dress to your wardrobe, and perhaps a pair of “sensible heels” as well – you don’t want to be caught in a tough situation without the right thing to wear!
Example of a Bohemian Chic woman: Sarah Yates (of A House in the Hills)