Hopefully you aren’t yet tired of us talking about the weather and how it reflects our outfit choices, because ladies (and gents) we’ve got some high temperatures, blue skies and blazing sunshine on the horizon. To commemorate this occurring and upcoming no tights and no pants weather as we like to call it here at The Weekly Cut, we’re shining this week’s spotlight on all things bohemian with a particular emphasis on boho dresses.
To start, forget everything you’ve seen about boho style, whether it’s tops or dresses as this season’s collections are worth taking a double take. I personally like to call my style rather low-key that consists of mixing and matching neutrals or going for a full monochrome look. But that’s the old me! Turns out that one *particular* French designer who showcased his Spring/Summer 2018 collection cleverly dubbed “La Bomba”, made me fall head over heels with his pieces and more broadly speaking, his chic and daring take on the usually flowy and breezy silhouettes. The self-taught designer in question created a full collection composed of draped skirts, tops with plunging necklines and twisted fronts followed by pareo-style dresses.
Need I say more, or are you already sold and adding this one polka dot emblazoned nude top to your shopping cart and imagining the ideal summer night on which you’ll wear it? Oh and in case that didn’t bring you on board, let me add that you can also expect fringes, bucket bags, and a ton of linen!
Whether you’re casually browsing for yet another addition to your summer dress collection, or looking for the perfect wedding guest dress – these boho type dresses and tops are guaranteed to bring back some flair and structure to the traditional pieces we used to see on British it girls like Sienna Miller, Kate Moss and more recently, 80% of attendees at Coachella. After all, boho styles aren’t just for the laid-back, non-black tie kind of gals, we believe the bohemian type is a great fit for everyone, especially if you’re not in the mood to take out your most delicate piece of silk.
Scroll through to shop our selection of boho-inspired pieces that don’t necessarily include dangling coins or gypsy-style skirts.
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