Kurta: Rajouri Garden Market | Palazzo: Rajouri Garden Market | Dupatta: W | Sandals: Rajouri Garden Market | Reflectors: Lenskart | Bag: Vintage


Seems like fall has finally set in! And what better way to welcome it than with a street style inspired bohemian outfit. Bohemian style, also known as, “boho-chic” is one of my favorite styles that I like to play around with from time to time. It is basically a fun, carefree look with vibrant colors, artistic prints & flowy silhouettes. And not to forget, it is something that definitely makes a statement!


This olive-mustardish oversize kurta, with a colorful abstract print of kids, screams of bohemian style. It has an A-line cut with multiple pleats gathered a little above the waist and a whole lot of flare. Though I am not a big proponent of huge, slouchy clothing, this kurta (I also feel that it’s silhouette is not too flattering for my body type) got me because of its unusual abstract print and the beautiful color palette! And inspite of all odds, I decided to style this beautiful & interesting piece of garment and tried to give it a bohemian inspired street- style twist. I paired the kurta with plain off-white palazzo so that the print on the kurta could actually stand out. I threw in a dupatta that matched in terms of color though it was a bit mismatched in terms of pattern & style. But it looked good on the whole. I really wanted to step outside the box and do something that wasn’t my usual go-to.To perfect the boho quotient of the look, I added my tan fringe bag which also matched well with my tan strappy sandals. I thought that a certain natural/ earthy element was needed to balance out the bright & bold colors of the kurta.


For the finishing touch, I grabbed my grapes style antique silver earrings (which I have worn a lot on the repeat). These lend a perfect boho vintage vibe to the outfit. But the small piece of accessory that actually pulls it all together is my blue reflectors–totally fun, freaky & street style! Even though I was completely out of my comfort zone, I had a lot of fun while creating today’s look. Sometimes trying out varied looks that are not totally you or combining different styles which you thought would never look good on you, leads you to come up with something so fresh & inspirational that you often wonder why you never adopted it earlier. May be this is a beginning for me! So what do you think of this bohemian street style look for this fall?




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