Yes, I’ve been MIA here lately. And even though my exams were going on, I wouldn’t use it as an excuse to have disappeared like that because I always shoot in advance. The only reason I posted once a week, instead of twice is because I had such good stories in store that I didn’t wanna waste having written under exam pressure. I wanted to give my time and heart to it and so I thought I should rather wait. Although I do get this feeling, that none of you care about this. Haha. Anyway, I do and this is something I love doing so I just needed to get this out.
Moving on, last year sometime around Coachella I wrote about my three go-to looks that make me feel I’m there. The stories got a great reception and so I thought I’d do the same this year. I know I am late and Coachella is long gone, but I am one person who needs no excuse to dress Coachella-like and I hope it’s the same with you.
In case you do not know, Cochella is a music and arts festival that happens every single year around April and everyone dresses up their boho best. Not just the clothes, but the whole vibe, music and culture there is just perfect. I wish to actually be a part of it sometime but until then, we’ll just do with the clothes. 😀
So, this week I’ going to post three looks that are completely bohemian and may give you cues on how to get that boho vibe going.
The first look I styled has the most bohemian thing ever, FRINGES. I think this blue cape is one of my favourite things in my wardrobe. I also decided to double it all with another bohemian piece, this tie-up dress which looks like a peasant top. These kind of layered dresses are everywhere lately and I have no complaints. I love how the two colours play around with each other and create the perfect symphony.
And of course, how could I forget my boots when I’m taking of Coachella right? So I wore my brown studded boots to complete the look.
Now, Coachella is not just about clothes, but also about makeup and hair. Everything takes it’s turn. So, I went on with these messy dutch braids (Messy because I suck at it.) and some white dots above my eyebrows. A fringe bag and round sunglasses, well they sure look dope.
Here is how I finished my first Coachella inspired look ladies. Do let me know if you like it and stay tuned for the nest two looks coming within this week.
Fringe Cape: Sarojini Nagar
Dress: Sarojini Nagar
Boots: Tibetan Market
Bag: Surajkund Arts Mela, Delhi
Glasses: Sarojini Nagar
Loads of love and power to my girl Aparna Mohindra who clicked these amazingly beautiful pictures. I am all about girl power and I believe that if instead of being jealous with each other, if we could just support, the world would be a different place. Show her some love at Amemoir Photography, here and here.
Until the next look,