Tag Archives: bohemian

Why Are You Hiding? The World Isn’t Crying

It’s funny how memories, They’re like shredding suns
Quietly shaping who we are

Bohemian style on Que Sera Sahra in The Girl That Loves mesh dress and Eclectic Eccentricity Jewellery
Bohemian style on Que Sera Sahra in The Girl That Loves mesh dress and Eclectic Eccentricity Jewellery

Maxi skirts are a basic to me; a closet staple of which I have many. Breathable jersey cotton is great, but a mesh jersey cotton over a nude cotton slip? Now you’ve got my attention. On extra hot and humid DC days a calf-knot is required, just for some extra breath.

Bohemian style on Que Sera Sahra in The Girl That Loves mesh dress and Eclectic Eccentricity Jewellery
Bohemian style on Que Sera Sahra in The Girl That Loves mesh dress and Eclectic Eccentricity Jewellery
Bohemian style on Que Sera Sahra in The Girl That Loves mesh dress and Eclectic Eccentricity Jewellery
Bohemian style on Que Sera Sahra in The Girl That Loves mesh dress and Eclectic Eccentricity Jewellery
Dress c/o The Girl That Loves (get it here)
Necklace c/o EE Jewellery (get it here)
Black ring via Francesca’s Collection
Arrow ring c/o EE Jewellery (get it here)
Shoes via ShopCalico
Hat via H&M (get it here)
Bohemian style on Que Sera Sahra in The Girl That Loves mesh dress and Eclectic Eccentricity Jewellery

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Dressed in Black from Head to Toe

We’ve got guns hidden under our petticoats
We’re never gonna quit it
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Another duo-styled post for you guys! Z is getting better about being in front of the camera, which is great; y’all have always been telling me you want to see more guy style! This post was inspired by a listening spree of The 1975 and being drawn to the lyrics of their song chocolate. I made Z go all matchy matchy with me, all black and a little bohemian with gold accessories and leathered belts. This would be cool festival style, if we weren’t in all black and too cool (read: frugal) to go to music festivals.

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on me:
shirt via my dad
Pacsun lace bralette
H&M high waisted pants
Fossil belt
cut out booties via ShopCalico
H&M hat, fishbone necklace
Stone necklace c/o Eclectic Eccentricity
Marc by Marc Jacobs Watch
Hashouts bracelet

on Z:
Urban Outfitters shirt
GAP jeans
Cerbero monkstraps via Yoox
Skagen watch
Ray Ban sunglasses

Photos by Saoussen
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We Met at Woodstock and Were Done by the Winter

Winter bohemian chic, the third look styled by my lovely roommate. Flare jeans aren’t really my steez, so putting me in these was definitely going outside my usual style but the outcome was so great!

Mossimo Supply jeans from Target

Vintage/thrifted top

Merona vest from Target

wedges from Target

Rings from Forever 21 and Loehmann’s

H&M hat

Bracelets from Topshop, H&M, and Forever 21

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Cynthia Vincent

On one humid NYC spring day, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent hosted their Summer launch at their SoHo flagship store. With the help of blogger Saucy Glossie and her avid readers and other NYC bloggers,the night and event was a great success.

Pictured with Saucy Glossie, Yanil of The New Yorker Style, and Stephanie of Kitschy.Tumblr.com

Wearing a dress from Target with shoes from Bakers. I had also been wearing my favored cream blazer from Forever 21, but the spring humidity deemed it unfit to keep on all day/evening.

I played dress up for a bit, in some great pieces from the Cynthia Vincent new collection, as seen below. I was definitely channeling my inner angelic side with these soft muted colors.

The pink dress was handed to me, told it’d look great on me and I must agree. It draped perfectly overly my self proclaimed awkwardly proportioned body. Though I love it, I think I’ll be heading back for the sheer blouse first; the asymmetrical hem is so on par with the current trends and would go well over a bolder bustier for subtle sexiness.

Now, for a few more images from the night:

How AMAZING are these sandals? The color/dye jobs are perfect.

The entire line is full of versatile styles and prints; good for classy day wear as well as boho chic inspired whilst being possible to by punked out or girlified. Or, for lack of better words, perfect for my wardrobe.  If any of that makes sense.

Anyway, be sure to check out the site here, or if you’re in NYC pop on by to their SoHo location at 253 Elizabeth Street between Houston and Prince.

Also, here are a few images I scanned from their lookbook!

Hope you enjoyed the post and don’t forget to check out my giveaway here!!