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Blogs to Follow

Blogs to Follow

Although our blog tries to fulfill all your bohemian style inspiration needs, we still thinks there's more room for other perspectives. Below is a list of some of my favorite bloggers, displaying inspiration from clothing to traveling. 

  • Katie Purling- Her travel adventures are absolutely stunning, and seem to get better with each trip. Her pictures are breathtaking and I just can't get enough. 
  • The Jungalow- Creative Designer Justine Blakeney, is our go to for boho decor inspiration. She sells her own line of colorful boho style decor, but she also triggers us to step up our style with her blog and eye-popping photography. 
  • Bohemian Collective- Part blog, part magazine, the perfect combo. The collective covers all the bases from interior design, beauty products, lifestyle tips, and much much more. 

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Fall Family Pictures

Fall Family Pictures

It's October everyone and fall is here! Which means it's time to start thinking about family photos and holiday cards. Even though coordinating a shoot can be a total pain, you're glad you have pictures that everyone can enjoy. Today, I'll be sharing some tips & tricks to help make this whole process a lot less stressful. 

  1. Location- Do you want a home setting? Forest background? Maybe even some snow? Picking a proper location is a great way to start and give you some direction for future decisions in regards to the photos.
  2. Find a Photographer & Pick a Date- Finding a photographer is obviously important, but finding the RIGHT photographer is key. Because, he/she will be the standard for how your photos come out in the end. If you plan on taking the photos on your family vacation do some research with the locals and see who is everyone's fan favorite. Instagram and local bloggers are a perfect way to find photographers and see their work. Remember, this is every photographers busiest time of the year, so book early!!
  3. Choose Your Outfit First- Wear a dress, and pick one that is figure flattering. A dress will make you feel prettier and it's more appealing than anything else you typically wear. If you're not a dress person then go with a nice skirt/top option, but something obviously more on the dressy side. Pick what colors you want to wear and go on from there. 
  4. Pick the Family Color Palette- Now that you've picked out your outfit/ color scheme, start with 2-3 other colors you would like incorporate and include variations of said colors. Pintrest is a great source for seeing different types of examples. 
  5. Family Outfits- Try to stick with solid colors and keep the patterns to a minimum. The main point for the photoshoot is to see those pretty faces of yours and not large and loud patterns! Play around with jackets, vests, scarves etc. It will make the outfits more complete than just seeing top, bottom, and shoes. 
  6. Get the Shot- Have some examples ready of the types of pictures you want. Such as, portrait or candid photos. 

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Fall/Winter 2019 Fashion Trends

Fall/Winter 2019 Fashion Trends

After having 90+ degree weather throughout all of September and the beginning of October here in Atlanta; the weather is finally going to start cooling down next week (hallelujah). With that being said, it's time to hit the streets with this years latest trends!

  • Capes- It the fashion alternative to trench coats or the typical denim jacket. It has been one of the highlight pieces from brands like Chloe, Celine, Burberry, and Oscar de la Renta.
  • Moody Florals- Time to hang up those bright summer floral printed shirts and switch to darker & moodier prints this season. Companies like Paco Rabbane, Prada, and Marc Jacobs have included this print into an array of silhouettes during the NY Fashion Week. Proving this print is the must-have for this fall/winter season. 
  • Leather- The leather trend has slowly been creeping its way back into relevance, and it has finally reached that level again. This was the main material Alexander McQueen has used throughout their fall/winter collection. If a leather dress isn't quite your style… then step in some faux leather pants for a pop that won't overpower.
  • Smart Suits- AKA the power suit. To the super-fans out there, don't worry there will be a copious amount of selection this season. 
  • Plaid- Plaid mania is upon us, people! If you're not a plaid fan, hopefully this season will change your mind. Brands such as Burberry (iconic for plaid), MSGM, and Veronica Beard have been serving looks in their fall/winter collections.
  • Gladys Trousers- A modern take to a classic. This high-waisted trouser gives prints and plaids a fresh take. Meant to be styled with a tucked in sweater or tee.
  • Animal Prints- Animal prints have always been a huge trend in fashion. If you haven't found the right animal printed piece yet, now yours chance. Expect an abundance of them this season from your favorite brands. 

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Boho Decor

Boho Decor

Are you free-spirited and a lover of natural fabrics and color? Then bohemian decor could be the right up your alley! There are plenty of ways to incorporate the bohemian decor to your space and I would like to list off a few basic ideas today. These “boho decor” ideas are perfect for individuals whom would like to learn the essentials about bohemian decor elements.

Bohemian decor is often associated with artsy people or hipsters. It is eclectic by nature and there are no rules when it comes to boho style decor. Boho decor is keen on mixing all sorts of colors, patterns, textures, and embellishments whenever desired. The main goal is to create a space that is both comfortable & relaxing for everyone who steps in. Below is a list of some essential boho decor elements.

  • Carved Wooden Furniture
  • Rattan Furniture
  • Hanging Chairs
  • Bohemian Rugs
  • Butterfly Chairs
  • Moroccan Poof
  • Botanical Motifs
  • Metal Moroccan-Style Lanterns
  • Beni Ourain Rug
  • DIY Beaded Chandelier

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Boho Icons

Boho Icons

Bohemian style became extremely popular during the early 2000's. With the likes of Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen and Sienna Miller causing the trend to skyrocket during this time. Sienna Miller, a famous actress, is known to be a trendsetter for incorporating 1970's boho elements to her modern style. Wearing embroidered jackets, wide-brimmed hats, and slouchy dresses throughout the year. Because, of her and Kate Moss companies like Zara & Topshop started to produce more clothing within this trend. 

Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen are known for the same style, but elevate the casual bohemian look. By styling elegant runway dresses with beading, fur, and silk accents. Ergo the boho-chic look becoming a dressy option for events and parties. The main thing is to keep it modern with simple shoes and clean appearance.

Today's boho icon is Florence + The Machine lead singer, Florence Welch. Famous for appearing at events and shows in wide legged pants and ethereal gowns. For which gives Florence her own take on bohemian style. If you would like to style yourself like her, try a wide-brimmed hat, western belts, and an embroidered coat.

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How to Wear the Modern Boho Mix

How to Wear the Modern Boho Mix

While the boho-chic phenomena has died down since the early 2000's, the emergence of personal style has allowed influences from multiple trends to be worn together. No matter what your age, if you gravitate towards loose fitting silhouettes, beading, and peasant-style blouses then there's a way for you to incorporate them into your current wardrobe. Try wearing headbands or a faux fur jacket/vest over those skinny jeans you love so much. Layer gold jewelry over a nice cardigan or sweater. Find yourself a cute white dress. The main idea is to take your favorite boho elements and modify them in your own way.   

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What is Bohemian Style?

What is Bohemian Style?

Bohemian Style isn't just your ordinary fashion trend, but a culture. With its own history and an established ideology. While it can be connected with the hippie trends of the 60s and 70s, these days, bohemian fashion is part of the mainstream culture. The fact of the matter is, bohemian fashion trends started out as a counterculture during the 19th century. Today, the wide variety of boho clothing and accessories make the style a phenomenon, one that follows the lines of effortless, relaxed fashion, with its loose-fitted clothing items, casual accessories and overall artistic, creative mishmash of elements.      

Fun Facts:

  • Bohémien was a common term describing (often in a pejorative way) the Romani or “Gypsy” population of France, who originated in northern India and arrived in Mid-West Asia and Europe around 1,000 years ago. 
  • The first mention of the Bohemians dates at the end of the 18th century, during the time of the French Revolution, when due to the social and economic climate, artists and creatives alike were forced to a life of poverty. 
  • By 1872, a Bohemian Club in San Francisco was considered the hottest spot for the meetings of established creative elite including journalists and artists. 

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