I meant to write and publish this post last week before Coachella weekend one, but couldn’t get my act together in time. There are still plenty of music festivals to go around in the upcoming months, so today I’m talking festival fashion, or at least festival-inspired fashion.
I say “festival-inspired” because truth be told, I don’t know how I’d handle a music festival, and I’ve never been to one other than Warped Tour sometime in high school. I’m a little claustrophobic, so the last thing I’d want to do in super hot weather is get stuck in a crowd and not know where I am without any cell phone service. However, that doesn’t mean I can’t indulge in some boho floral dresses. And if you’re skipping out on festivals, too, don’t fret! You can still rock all of these boho floral dresses I’m rounding up here. I know I will.
SHOP BOHO FLORAL DRESSES
Do you remember this yellow Free People dress from last year? Free People always kills it when it comes to bohemian vibes. So this year it’s no surprise that the first website I visited for inspo was theirs. It also just so happens that this yellow flower dress is by them, too! It’s lined on the inside to prevent anything from showing through. I unbuttoned the leg a little bit so it wasn’t so matronly on me. If you wanted or needed to, you can put a cami under since it’s fairly low. On the model this is a midi dress, but since I’m 5’4” it’s more of a maxi on me. The print was too pretty not to buy, so I just went with it.
Any pair of lace-up flat sandals would look cute with this dress, but since it’s on the longer side, I decided to make myself look taller (short girl hack!) with nude heel sandals. These exact shoes are old and so they’re out of stock, but I found some pairs with the similar stacked wood heel here, here, and here.
I’ve been really into circle bags lately because they’re a fun and fresh shape. The straw on this bag the perfect material for spring. A neutral color allows me to pair it with anything, and I mean anything. So, don’t be surprised if you see this all spring and summer. It’s a greta bag to wear during the day, but also cute for night. Just once piece of advice: make sure the bag is horizontal before opening so nothing spills from it.
If you take a look at my Instagram feed there’s a pretty stark contrast in style depending on the weather. In fact, you can probably pinpoint the exact moment when I started to have warm weather on my mind. When it’s cooler, I’m a little edgier with booties and leather jackets. A little more “cool girl”. Being from Southern California though, I love sunshine. The second it’s warm, I turn into a boho gal with an easy California beach vibe. I’ve always found my style a little hard to define but it’s who I am and I like it.