For all my boho friends out there, today’s must-have piece is one that will keep your unconventional style heart singing all summer long. Reminiscent of summertime festivals (they WILL return someday), I love the carefree feeling I get when I wear a Gypsy Skirt. Dress her up or down, at the lake or on the patio, I’ve linked up a few pretties (and accessories!) for you to browse along with the link to my FAVORITE Bohemian Home Book, at the end of today’s style post.
“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” ―
A dime a dozen in European Street Markets, Gypsy Skirts like mine are often made in India, and tend to be “one-size fits most”. Knowing I would not be visiting a lively Italian Street Market anytime soon, I was thrilled to discover a skirt that spoke to me at Chateau Bel Age in San Diego. Best Part? She adorned with silver SEQUINS!
Skirt, Chateau Bel Age | SIMILAR IDEAS: (Anthropologie, HERE) | (FREE PEOPLE, HERE) | (H&M, HERE) (Anthropologie, HERE) | (Anthropologie, HERE) | (FREE PEOPLE, HERE)| (FREE PEOPLE, HERE)
Wrap Camisole, thrifted | SIMLAR IDEA (H&M, HERE) | (EXPRESS, HERE) | (FREE PEOPLE, HERE) | (FREE PEOPLE, HERE)
TKEES Nude Flip Flops, available in 8 skin tones, Zappos (PRESS HERE)
Rings: Alexis Bittar (BROWSE RINGS @ NORDSTROM HERE), Kendra Scott (VIEW ALL HEERE), and on my left hand, Vintage.
What pieces to you consider to be must-haves, for the bohemians at heart? Would you wear a Gypsy or Tiered Maxi Skirt?
The New Bohemians: Cool and Collected Homes: Justina Blakeney | AMAZON (PRESS HERE)
SIMILAR ARTICLES TO BROWSE:
- How to Mix Prints and Patterns ( A Video Tutorial) (PRESS HERE)
- How to Shop for Boho Pieces (PRESS HERE)
- Uniquely You: How to Find Your Style (PRESS HERE)
- Re-Boot Your Wardrobe | A Virtual Styling Session (PRESS HERE)
With Love and Style,
Beautiful skirt! I’m all about the boho.
Hi Michelle! Thank you, I do love this skirt so much AND it doesn’t wrinkle. You can simply twist it and tie it in a knot in the suitcase – in fact it looks even better! xx Suzanne
Lucy Bertoldi says
A maxi skirt is my go-to for sure- and yours with sequins is divine! I’m also missing the fun and treasures of Italian summer shopping in their cute markets…ahh… Have a great weekend. And please come link up this fun post over at my blog:) xx
Hi Lucy! THank you for stopping by! As far as skirts go, I’d say 90% of mine are maxis – its all I wear. Yes, the Italian markets – we can drea right? I’ll stop by and link up! xx Suzanne
eva @ StyleMyThrift.com says
lovely skirt and lovely backdrop–north shore right?
i can’t see in the picture, is your maxi skirt prairie style?
ps i will keep you mind when we put our house on the market!
Hi Eva! So happy you stopped by today. I just checked out your site and blog – what fun you are having over there! I look forward to following your journey and learning more about what you are up to!
As far as my skirt, it was called a gypsy skirt, but yes, I think you could also call it a prarie skirt – I had one of those in the 80’s! And the back drop, it is the West SHore – the view behind me is RUbicon Bay. we are very close to Tahoma – up on the hill. Wish I was still there, it was so peaceful while we where staying there. But alas, work called! And yes! If you know anyone looking to buy or sell in the Bay Area – I’d love to speak to them! xx Suzanne
Cheryl Tucker says
Love your skirt and I am so much a boho fan! I love the bell bottoms and flowy tops and the hats and the fringe. ha ha!
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Shelbee on the Edge says
I love this fabulous skirt and this gorgeous boho style! I am so missing musci festivals this summer. I hope next summer is the best festival season ever! And that is one of my favorite Nietzsche quotes ever!