Thursday, April 5, 2007

4/5/07: Feeling Groovy

“As to matters of dress, I would recommend one never to be first in the fashion nor the last out of it.” - John Wesley

I need to take a Union Square run down to one of the many H and Ms in San Fran to hunt down this beauty. It reminds me of the clothes my mother would've worn in the 70s as a teenager. Perfect for a cool, breezy spring day at the beach or in Starbucks, huddled in the squishy booth in the corner, sipping a mocha frappucino. Oh, I need to get into the city and raid H and M of all the cutest, hippie threads I can find.

I'm also gushing over these Free People sandals. Would work perfect with a burnt orange hippie dress and big leather belt. I'm reminiscing my third grade trip to the Miwok village, where we spent the day frolicking among the tall grasses, learning about the Native American culture. These are the perfect mix between California hippie cool and Native American clothing. With all the bright colors, they'll fit perfectly with my jewelry and array of multi-colored belts.


lauren said...

im into bohemian chic even though it supposedly stopped being popular a couple summers ago. i think its one of those timeless trends if you wear it right.

xoxo, lauren

Anonymous said...

The bohemian look is really me..
I dont wear it to school much.. but in the summer i love it.

i dont go for those peasent skirts (too much fabric is just a hazard for mankind) but billowy tops paired with something more recent like some cute jeans is awesome