The bohemian chic trend is perhaps one of my favourite fashion trends of all-time. An enchanting, timeless style that exudes individuality and an effortlessly carefree vibe, it comes as no surprise that this trend is so wildly popular that it has been revived again and again in the history of fashion.

Commonly associated with hippies of the 70s, this trend has evolved over the years and there are many ways to go about embracing the boho chic look without looking like a druggie or a gypsy. One easy way to go about this is to slip into a white lace maxi dress with gladiator sandals, like what I did in my previous post here for a casual chic look. Alternatively, go for billowy silhouettes and softer fabrics paired with laced-up heels for a dressier take. Here’s what I wore recently to attend the wedding of an old friend. 

Dress from Blum
Shoes from Windsor Smith
Vintage Carpet Bag from Sydney Glebe Markets
Earrings from Chanel
Ring c/o Coco & Tulip

I kept my accessories to a minimum with a simple pair of stud earrings from Chanel and an exquisite statement ring, aptly named Fire Leaf Ring Cuff, from online luxury jewellery boutique Coco & Tulip

Made of the finest sterling silver with cubic zirconia, the Fire Leaf Ring Cuff is a captivating accent piece that will add a touch of sparkle and liven up any ensemble. It never fails to draw compliments from friends and even strangers whenever I put it on. 
Coco & Tulip aims to make luxury jewellery affordable and easily accessible because everyone deserves to indulge in quality jewellery that stand the test of time. I find myself reaching for this beautiful ring ever so often simply because it goes with practically everything. 
Do visit Coco & Tulip’s website here or follow them on instagram (@cocoandtulip) for more updates on their latest designs.

Hope you enjoyed this post. Have a great week ahead!