Remember when 'boho' was a thing. Like a thing to end all things. The thing. Everyone was buzzing about boho. Half-bag-lady, half-pseudo-hippie, and all-Anthropologie/Vintage-shop-treasure-finds graced the slender and slivering bodies of Mischa Barton, the Olsten twinz and Rachel Bilson. 'Boho' garbs in swirling prints with a nod to 70s vintage danced through New York and California and a tab open at Free People was a status symbol. Flash-forward to 2014 and I'm seeing traces of boho skitting down the runways of daring designers (Givenchy's fall collection screeched with spot-on Olsen-circa-2005-realness) and has trickled into the fast-fashion arena (Zara had upwards of 4,000 boho dresses for sale a week ago and 3,999 of them were cuter than a fat baby).
Embrace this new wave of bohemian galore with a more upscale, professional take. What was once hippy-dippy is now as cool and trendy as kale. The big fat point - Raffia-fringy sandals, patchwork denim, a white blouse with little criss-cross laces, a romantic-ish clutch and strands of fluffy, tassel-dangling necklaces - what's not to like.
Go boho or go home... and shop this Outfix below: