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September 2 2014

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4 posts tagged "boho"

Now In 3-D

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Prints have overtaken just about every possible article of clothing for Spring and Summer (see below for a few examples). If you aren’t naturally drawn to the stuff, we recommend this sweet embroidered skirt from Gryphon to give your wardrobe a dose of non-printed pep. We love the homespun, imperfect stitching, but it’s the texture of the contrasting designs on each band that gives this mini a life of its own. 2-D is so last century. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Bohemian Rhapsody

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Boho may’ve been one of the top trends of the Aughties (thanks in no small part to Sienna Miller and the sisters Olsen), but we recommend taking a page from Erin Wasson‘s playbook and going more L.E.S. than Hollywood for a nouveau take on the look. Stacks of jewelry and an artfully dissembled outfit are complemented best by a few well-placed feathers, and we have a hunch Ms. Wasson would approve of these peacock plumes courtesy of Jennifer Ouellette. We imagine tucking the barrette behind our ear so that the feathers dangle low in our tresses, or even wearing them as a makeshift bracelet or necklace. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Short Change

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Shorts for spring are about as revolutionary as florals, but after popping up on several Spring 2010 runways, including Chanel and Givenchy Haute Couture no less, they’re a must-have now more than ever. After last summer’s proliferation of ragged daisy dukes, it’s high time for a more sophisticated weekend option. This soft leather pair from Tory Burch has a fun tie-dye print (a nice alternative to denim), but more importantly, it has a decent inseam. Looking downtown cool with no risk of overexposure? Now that’s change we can believe in. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Gone Country

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After several seasons of hard-as-nails urban warriors, Spring‘s sudden shift to rustic, countrified dressing was a welcome sight. Sure, we love our leather body-con minis, but there’s irresistible romance to Christopher Kane‘s picnic-blanket gingham and Chanel‘s haute farmwear. The sheer sleeves and lace details on this peasant top from GEM make it just the thing for a low-key date night. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson