The Boho-Chic style is not something new actually, but it has became so fashionable this summer! So let’s see how to create our own boho-chic look!
History of the Boho-Chic style
The term Boho comes from Bohemian, which means someone who lives, behaves and wears unconventionally, like the artists of the 19th Century. The boho-chic look developed in the middle to late 1960s and became especially popular after Sienna Miller’s appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in 2004. After that, many celebs copied that look by adding something and varying the style in their own way. That’s why today the Boho-Chic is a mix of styles such as folk, hippie, romantic broderie, and ethnic-chic.
Untill the 50ies of the last century, the hat was definitively a very important part of both men and women’s look. A man without his hat was considered as not respectable, a woman without a hat coordinated with her dress, couldn’t be seen as a classy woman.
Subsequently, this accessory became less and less important, and it started to loose its status and relevance.
But, in the last years, we are witnessing a revival of the hat as a real Must-Have for every stylish and fashionable person.
It is enough to consider the catwalks of the last Fashion Weeks all over the World and the fashionistas that we have seen in the streets of NY, London, Paris, Milan..
Hi everyone! Today i’m going to talk about a true fashion icon, the most incontested woman’s garment, beloved and adored by all women since almost a Century…
The bow tie tradition has ancient origins: born among Croatian men during 17th Century, then imitated and adopted by French upper class men, the undisputed fashion leader of that period, this accessory became in 19th and in early 20th Century the most important detail for a smartly dressed man.
Recentely, the bow tie has regained most of its popularity among fashionable men..