Since I’ll be heading to Mallorca very soon I couldn’t help but pack some boho chic outfits for my Balearic holiday. Do you know what boho means? ”BoHo" is an abbreviation of Bohemian Homeless, self descriptive of the style. The boho look, which owed much to the hippie styles that developed in the middle to late 1960s, became extra popular after Sierra Miller’s appearance at the 2004 Glastonbury Festival.
The truth is Boho chic never really goes out of style, it just keeps on reinventing itself.. And there were some lovely boho style dresses and outfits also at the Milan Fashion Week, featuring the Spring Summer 2017 trends. I especially loved collections from Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Roberto Cavalli, Stella Jean, Etro and Rossela Jardini. Boho chic can be created really effortlessly and the best thing about it is that is comfortable and chic at the same time. All you need is flowy clothing, some vintage and ethnic-inspired accessories, and natural-looking hair and voila - that’s boho chic!
Elina Linardaki Penny Lane Pompom Gladiator Sandals + Boho Sunglasses - Buy now from my SommerShop!
Rosella Jardin Spring Summer 2017 Collection from Milan Fashion Week
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection at Milan Fashion Week