My style has been evolving from very feminine (a-line dresses and poofy skirts) to more bohemian. Hippie, if you will. I still love poofy skirts. But I also love an easy breezy layered look. Complexity is the key to happiness, afterall.
The other day, I turned to my husband, laughing and said, “Hey honey. When did I turn into such a hippie?” I was wearing the outfit below.
He replied, “I don’t mind.”
This skirt is from Free People. When I purchased it, it was 75% off. It is called Manina Colorblock Skirt. It is still available (as of this writing) in this color, in all sizes. This blows my mind. This is one of my favorites. I love this skirt. It can really twirl.
The top is from Free People, Keep Me Tee. I used my birthday discount for it. I tie it at the waist. The necklace is from Anthropologie last month. It is a layering necklace.
This was another purchase in August with my birthday discount. It is the Free People Rizzo Skirt. I am wearing it in a medium. It has ruffles. Ruffles. Swoon.
The shirt was a sale find also from Free People called We The Free Big Wave Tee in the fatigue combo. It is definitely a muddy grey, rather than green. It is also a medium. The belt is an Obi Belt from Free People. The boots are from the flea market. The earrings are from Anthropologie, years ago.
Here we have a sale find from last year. I scored it for 75% off. I paired it with boots and bee hive earrings from Anthropologie. It was called Glimmered Ankita Dress. It is from Anthropologie.
Have you jumped on the “hippie” bandwagon? Or would it just be wagon? Or van? And would ending this with, “Peace” be appropriate? Or is that just slang?
I would make a terrible “hippie.”
P.S. I shared this on The Pleated Poppy!