Boho is so perfect for Spring that I decided to post another outfit, especially since the outfit you see below and the one from two weeks ago were both recently featured on Adrienne Shubin’s and Jill Burgess’s April editions of ‘How I Wear My: Boho’.
Loose and flowy pants, cork wedge sandals, and a lacey top make up my boho look. The pants are one of four pairs purchased last month at a Goodwill boutique (click here to read the post about this store). The brightly colored pants are a little outside my comfort zone but these are SO comfortable and I feel fabulous while wearing them.
When these photos were taken, The Husband and I were headed to a matinee showing at a West LA playhouse which we followed with dinner on Melrose and then a friend’s gallery opening in Hollywood.
It was a lovely afternoon to stroll through Westwood and, of course, we had to make a stop at Stan’s Donuts. We were not able to get a photo but the chocolate covered old fashion was delicious. I was careful not to get any crumbs on my white top, which I bought about a year ago at a Gap Outlet. The denim jacket I’ve had for several years and was purchased at Macy’s. Those are two separate necklaces; the pendant is from American Eagle and the other is from Loft Outlet. I found the cork wedge sandals last summer at Famous Footwear.
Perhaps you’ve noticed that the outfit in the feature photo for this post looks a bit different than what I’ve just shared. Well, I had so much fun with boho that I couldn’t stop at just two outfits. The trouble is that we got shooed away from this photo location (“this is a private campus, no pictures”) and we were in a hurry to begin with as well. To the same vibrant and comfy pants, I added an overdyed top with lacing neckline detail I bought at Target and a crocheted flyaway cardigan (I think got this at Macy’s a long time ago).
Stacked, chunky heel sandals and the same white tote with laser cut pattern (Simply Vera) complete this look.
Now, onto the Powers The Flower link up for this week. My featured contributor from last week’s link up is Kait Elizabeth from make mine Maroon. I love the floral pattern of the dress and the whole vibe of her outfit.
Have you caught the boho fever? If so, how is boho fitting into your Spring style?
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