Monday, May 20, 2013

Hippie Chic

The hippie culture was first introduced during the mid 1960's according to Like most movements of old, fashion always seems to come around full circle and the hippie influence is NO different. Hippies explored with clothing such as bell bottoms, dashikis, peasant shirts, full skirts, sandals, vests, tie - dye, and other bright "psychedelic" colors! Today's post will explore how to look take a modernized approach to dressing hippie chic!

Vanessa Hudgens looks like a modern day hippie in her crochet vest, floral headband, and cropped floral shirt. I recreated the look to show you that simple pieces (like a vest, cutoffs, cowboy booties, sunglasses etc.) can pull an entire concept together to help you obtain a hippie chic vibe.

Hippie Chic

Mango fringe vest

Charlotte Russe cowboy boots

Gold jewelry

Geena Wong gold jewelry
$54 -

Alice olivia

Round sunglasses

Flower hair accessory

Grab your favorite boot cut/bell - bottom jeans, peasant blouse, Lita's (or gladiators) to create this hippie chic look! Top it off with some heart shaped sunnies and gold accessories to balance out this bohemian look!

Hippe Chic 2.0

Isabel Marant silk blouse

Old navy jeans

R J Graziano stacking bangle

Hoop earrings
$4.86 -

Wide brim hat

Almost Famous heart sunglasses

Grab your cutest maxi to channel your inner Nicole Richie to create an effortless hippie flow! Add your cutest golden accessories like arm cuffs, bangles, layered necklaces, and intricate headpieces to pull your look together. Bonus: wear a soft face using golden illuminators, nude gloss, and pink blush to give you a "sun - kissed" look. 

Hippie Flow

Summer maxi dress

Ghost crepe dress
$185 -

Gucci gold bangle

Trish mcevoy
$34 -

Dream Girl Bridal Headband

Overall, after writing this post, I've gathered hippies were wild and free, and their clothing reflected their attitude. So if you want to channel your inner hippie remember flow-y fabrics, florals, headbands, soft tresses etc. and you will pull off the look flawlessly!

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