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You Might be a Boho-Chic . . .

Finding a fashion style can sometimes be daunting because honestly no one really wants to be put into a box. At one point I was a Goth Chick, and I wanted to be Gothic because I was so different no one could put me into a box. No one could understand me. Obviously, these were Emo-Angsty Teenage years that I have mostly outgrown.

I digress . . . Deciding a fashion style is not a bad thing because now you can define yourself. Clothes do say a lot about who you are as a person because it is a presentation of us. That said, I’m here to tell you reasons why you might be a boho-chic . . .

1. You might be a boho-chic if you have never actually defined your fashion sense because of your carefree attitude towards your style.

2. You might be a boho-chic if styling your hair takes ten minutes of your time.

3. You might be a boho-chic if the amount of bohemian, maxi or gypsy skirts in your closet is equal if not greater than the amount of jeans.

4. You might be a boho-chic if Mary Kate Olsen is your favorite of the twins.

5. You might be a boho-chic if flower print is your favorite kind of print.

6. You might be a boho-chic if your purse is actually a patchwork shoulder bag.

7. You might be a boho-chic if your dress up shoes is sandals not high heels.

8. You might be a boho-chic if there is a tunic shirt or five in your closet.

9. You might be a boho-chic if a scarf, a shawl, or both are in your closet in different colors to go with different days.

10. You might be a boho-chic if sequin-skirts are dress up time.

11. You might be a boho-chic if Johnny Depp is your celeb male crush because he has the best style.

12. You might be a boho-chic if your jewelry is shell, bone, or beaded.

13. You might be a boho-chic if your friends have ever accused you of dressing like a hippie.

14. You might be a boho-chic if yoga is a daily part of your routine.

15. You might be a boho-chic if your flip-flops are described as being gypsy.

16. You might be a boho-chic if your dresses are patchwork.

17. You might be a boho-chic if the stores you like to shop at do not carry the staple “little black dress.”

18. You might be a boho-chic if your clothes are perfect to twirl in.

19. You might be a boho-chic if your skirts come in silk, cotton, wrap-around, and almost every fabric imaginable.

20. You might be a boho-chic if friends have ever compared you to Sienna Miller or Kate Moss.

21. You might be a boho-chic if your skirts come in one size because they are adjustable.

22. You might be a boho-chic if the wind always makes you feel free pretty because it gives a little tug at your clothes.

24. You might be a boho-chic if you’ve ever worn something with coins sewn onto it.

25. You might be a boho-chic if someone has ever commented on the way you dressed as exotic, but honestly, you were just going for comfort.

If more than half of these apply to you then it might be safe to put yourself into that fashion box. If they don’t, it might be time to go shopping!

What is in for fall 2010 Bohemian

In the Fall Ready to Wear show early this year in New York, the full-time traveler was on Charlotte Ronson’s mind for Fall, but not the business-class type. Hers was a peripatetic seventies gypsy, too busy seeing the world to get caught up in the Studio 54 thing. The overall mood was of fluid, thrown-together sexiness.fall 2010 ready-to-wear-Charlotte Ronson-Runway-Azul Caletti
Vagabond wear included long pleated skirts in raspberry, rust, and floral prints; they looked great with belted tunics and hammered-silk tanks. An army green utility cape and a gray cocoon jacket added a dose of functionalism, while a sheer black lace blouse was pure form. We could have done without the shiny harem pants that joined the caravan, but—playful turbans and all—it was an eclectic mix that worked (pics –
Autumn 2010 ready-to-wear Charlotte Ronson-Runway-Jacquelyn Jablonski
From Arcadia AW10 looks like maxis are insanely good this year. All the Arcadia brands had winter maxis and you could be wearing yours this autumn as well. They look the best with jackets rather than coats.
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Winter-autumn 2010 Maxis with floral or block prints
The Kenzo collection for the Fall Autumn 2010 season was present at the Paris Fashion Week where the world-wide clothing brand showed the bohemian and romantic spirit of the 1970s. Definitely, this is a very good and beautiful collection for the upcoming colder months. Kenso proposes us to wear a look that combines hippie fashion with the use of masculine pieces. The very same designer has mentioned that, for women, it is very important the freedom to choose how they want to wear their clothes. Even, the possibility of choosing and wearing men’s pieces is a wonderful thing. On the catwalks, we were able to see vests and sweaters with flower prints  or animal prints, with the purpose of adding a different small touch.
Kenzo collection Fall 2010 season paris
Kenzo collection Fall 2010 Season Paris - Bohemian Skirts

Rachel Bilson’s fashion style – vintage and bohemian style

A true fashion addict, Rachel Bilson has managed to define her own fashion style easily. Fashion has the power of making people look and feel great while still maintaining their individuality. Rachel Bilson’s fashion style is filled with personality as it goes into the vintage and bohemian style.

These fashion styles are very unique and require a well developed fashion sense to be worn. Dressing fashionable, with great taste and personality is not an easy task, but since Rachel has always been flirting with fashion she has quickly learned the basics of fashion and developed her own style.

Accessories are Rachel’s best friends when it comes to fashion as they help complete and give a distinct look to any outfit. Bangles, hats, necklaces, scarves and different style shoes help Rachel emphasize her femininity and gorgeous style outfits.

A true fashion lover, Rachel Bilson can truly be a style icon when it comes to fashion, as she makes the most interesting and lovely fashion choices.

Bohemian Skirts for Summer

If what you are looking for is slirts that mesmerize both when you wear it and when others see it – you can call it boho, peasant, tiered or gypsy, whatever you like, one thing is for certain though, these skirts are unbelievably cute.

The bohemian fashion style is very popular this season. The boho look is very retro, hippie like, with a lot of chic printed and colored fabric. This look is very comfortable, feminine and it reminds you of those warm summer days.

Bohemian Brown Long SkirtThe boho skirts are a very important part of the bohemian fashion style.

Flowy Long SkirtThe skirts are loose around the body and can vary in length. The skirts can have under the knee length or floor length. The fabric the skirts are made of is usually cotton or other types of fabric that flow around the body. They look incredibly hot as they accentuate the waist and hide the hips and legs.

The color pallet of the skirts varies widely. You can find them in one color like peach, green, yellow, blue, in multiple colors, tie dyed, floral printed.

The color range is absolutely unbelievable.

One of the best things about these skirts is that they can be worn with flats, flip-flops, platform shoes or high heels. No matter what you put on you will still look amazing.

A nice bohemian skirt, a pair of flats, a simple top and a handbag is all you need to look gorgeous and very trendy. The best thing about this outfit is that you will look and feel great and comfortable at the same time.

As far as accessories go you can wear boho style jewelery like a pair of dangling earrings, a nice boho bracelet or a boho necklace. You can even go without any accessories for a more simple look.

Hollywood celebrities have fallen in love with this look at we can see why. Nicole Richie, Sienna Miller, Ashley Olsen, Victoria Beckham, Ashley Simpson are only a few celebrities that have been spotted rocking this type of skirts.

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Types of skirts

Health O Style – There are many varieties of skirts and there is no limit to imagination of designers but listed below are some common types of skirts with tips on their suitability and when or with what they should not be worn:
• The Pencil –
This skirt has a high waist with hugs hips and it usually goes below the knees.
Suitable for: These skirts are right for you only if you have a skinny or slim figure.
Not suitable for: Avoid wearing these skirts with boots.
• The A-line –
It is the basic kind of skirt which kisses the thighs and hips while sitting snugly at the waist. It is wider at the hem.
Suitable for: It would look great on you if you have a pear-shaped figure. It evens out heavier hips and thighs.
Not suitable for: Avoid this skirt if you have narrow hips.
• Flared skirts –
These skirts are basically A-line skirts having extra flare which swish and swing about the legs.
Suitable for: These skirts are for you if you have tall and heavy hips. You should wear printed flared skirts if you are tall and thin.
Not suitable for: Avoid these skirts as office-going clothes.
• Straight skirts –
These skirts fall straight from the hip and can suit a variety of body shapes.
Suitable for: straight skirt with loose knee length hides big thighs and suit short, petite women while a longer one with high waist makes women curvy and looks great on medium or tall women.
Not suitable for: Avoid wearing these skirts with platform heels.
• Tube skirts –
Tube skirts are just like pencil skirts but a little longer. They fall below the knee while pencil skirts goes below the knees.
Suitable for: Ankle-length tube skirt looks great on women with a slim or hourglass figure.
Not suitable for: Avoid wearing close toed shoes with these skirts.
• Miniskirts:
The minis are the shortest of short skirts. They make you feel sexy.
Suitable for: Minis look great on short women or women with long torsos as they give appearance of long legs. If you have shapely legs, wear miniskirts to show them off.
Not suitable for: Avoid wearing miniskirts in social outings.

Going For Long Skirts

February 4, 2009 Health o Style Online Magazine – Fashion is a big vicious circle what goes comes around again. If you look at the fashion trends carefully today one would definitely find that the same style comes and goes. So this time long skirts once very popular fashion are again back in the market. If you are the one who loves wearing skirts, so why don’t you try this time?  One could actually look good and also you can pamper your body with these different types of long skirts.
Long Skirt
So guys just check out these long skirts probably you could fine at least one pair. Here are long wool blend skirts, you are sure to look sexy with the cut in waist and I bet if you add booths you will look amazing. Different ranges of colors are available so it will not be a problem for you to find out your favorite color.

The second one is menswear long skirt. It’s the same fabric which is used for men’s pants. This long skirt is good for formal meeting. Vintage Long corduroy skirt is fabulous what to talk about Milan fashion show. You are sure to pull crowd behind you. For this skirt no other materials other than corduroy will give the exact fitting and colour. It’s just the perfect fabric for long sweeping skirt. For the shoe you got to check it out from somewhere else. You have just three basic colors for this skirt, don’t have many choices.

Long Ponte Godet long skirt is yet another long skirt and this one is very sexy nothing can make you sexier than this. This sexy flattering skirt cut is perfect for most body kinds and Ponte fabric is just here to add comfort. Palm heel shoes will go exactly well with this. You can get six colors of this fabric and designs.  You have cashmere long skirt. You will look beautiful if added with luxe. Sorry but its true, these kinds of dress will perfectly go well with tall ladies.