How to Boho Your Fall Wardrobe

Hey guys! Fall is finally here and so is fall fashion! This month Bethany and I will be sharing some of our favorite fall must-haves. For me, I personally like the bohemian/hippie style. So this month I will be sharing how to “Boho” your fall wardrobe.

Rustic Boho

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When I choose an outfit, I take comfort into great consideration. Not all outfits that are stylish have to be restricting. Keeping that in mind, my Target printed dress (currently sold at stores for $30) was paired with Cotton-On, ankle boots. Since this dress can be seasonal, I chose boots vs. sandals due to the cooler weather. I added my Charolette Russe floppy hat because I wanted an extra bohemian flair. I kept my jewelry simple since the print of the dress is loud on its own. The dusty pink stone ring from H&M provided an earthy vibe. I wanted to share that not all dresses worn in the fall have to be purchased in that season. Take any seasonal dress, add your favorite pair of boots and you are ready for autumn.

Urban Boho

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Let your inner Boho meet the City with this Gianni Bini denim jumpsuit. This jumpsuit is versatile in that it is a seasonal piece and also the denim color lets you play with your options on how to accessorize. This particular look was influenced by the fall fashion currently shown by Free People. Keeping their 70’s influence in mind, I decided to pair the jumpsuit with my Free People printed sweater and Rue21 suede wedges. The wedges were purchased this summer for only $10, always keep a lookout in the clearance section! The only accessory I wore was a white stoned H&M ring. I wanted the look to be chic and not too distracting. This outfit is great way to show off 70’s vibes without being too loud.

I hope you enjoyed this first part on “How to Boho Your Fall Wardrobe!” Keep an eye out for Part 2 in the new few weeks. If you have any suggetions or ideas for the next segment, I would love to hear your feedback.

Till next time…

XoXo,

M

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