Hippie Love

The boho/hippie look is one of my favorite's. Partly because my love for vintage, but also because of it's chill feel it has. With all the cool vintage prints and jewelry, it makes it so easy to pull a look together that doesn't involve a lot of pieces, but still looks chic. Although the cool weather is here, that doesn't mean you have to put away your long flowy print dresses and custom crop tops. Here's some ideas that will keep you warm, and still make you look bohemian chic!

What spells luxe lady of the mid-century more than a floor-grazing skirt and suede booties? Drape the coat over your shoulders for a dramatic effect, and be sure to pack some noir liner in your Loeffler Randall fringe cross-body bag for cat-eye touch-ups throughout the night!

We actually channeled another Stones groupie (and former wife) for this head-turning number. It's straight out of Ms. Anita Pallenberg's playbook if you ask us! A Moroccan-style vest, plus knee-high boots and a subtle paisley Boy. by Band of Outsiders button-down equals boho glory at its best! 

This deep-hued look grants so much bang for your buck. The beauty of snatching up the Quiksilver maxi dress is that it transcends all seasons with just a few easy add-ons. And, it would be tough to find an outfit the Rachel Zoe fur vest can't be worn with this winter — jeans and a T-shirt, over a sparkly cocktail dress, by itself with booties, you name it! 

We're so feeling these velvet-embossed harem pants, especially in the midnight-meets-jewel-tones palette. Slip them on with flats for bopping about town by day, or throw on some glitzy gold shoes for evening revelry. It's beatnik dreamy with a glam touch! 

Talk about easy-peasy, but still super intriguing — this look requires little to no effort, and has a hard-edged retro flare perfect for concert-going! And trust us, we've tried on this shearling vest: It combats the chill like warm and fuzzy armor. 


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