Fabrics must be free and flowy.
Pair Patiala shalwars and Dhoti shalwars with chic kurtis.
Peasant blouse are a boho favourite.
Couple floral printed skirts or palazzo with solid coloured loose-fit tops.
Printed maxi dress in bright colours.
Cow-boy hats matched with the usual ethnic look often give out the nomadic, free spirited non bourgeois feel.
Wear capes with traditional motifs and prints over tank tops and shorts.
Midsummer sandals or tie-wrap sandals complete the no-nonsense look.
Colourful bohemian bags with a tribal twist in design always add more spice to the look.
Frizzy Hair, braids, chunky danglers, headbands, multiple rings, beaded necklace and bangles will always add to your look.
Whatever the style you adopt as long as it's delightful and does not give a hoot for fashion fads at the moment - you know you have taken on the bohemian sense of styling.
Kudos to free-spirited living!
By Fashion Police
Photo: Sazzad Ibne Sayed
Wardrobe: Chondon for Star Lifestyle
Make-up: Farzana Shakil Makeover Salon
Location: Bistro E