Style Yourself Gorgeous: Look Good, Feel Great!

The way we look and the way we feel really do go hand in hand. If you’ve fallen into a rut with your style and lost some of your confidence, thankfully there are ways you can change this. Perhaps you dress for comfort on more days than you’d like, or maybe a busy lifestyle means that most days your appearance is the bottom of the priority list. If so, maybe now you could take some time for yourself? Whether they are big or small changes you’re bound to feel more attractive, confident and even happier.

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Go To The Hairdresser

When life gets busy our usual beauty routines can slip- and hair can be one of the first places to show when we’re neglecting ourselves a little. Right now, bad weather combined with central heating can cause it to become dry and brittle. Skipping any regular hydrating hair treatments you do such as masks and oils can leave it prone to damage. If it’s been too long since you had it looked at by a professional, consider visiting the hairdresser. Try a new cut or colour, have extensions fitted or just have a trim with some hydrating treatments.


Experiment With Makeup

One way you can make a huge difference to your appearance is with makeup. If you don’t usually wear makeup, don’t feel as though you need to go out and spend lots of money on products. You could check out Youtube videos for budget makeup looks, and see reviews on cheaper items which you can get for a few dollars from the drugstore. Even a little foundation, some blush and mascara will make a difference and make you look fresher and more awake. If you don’t like it or it goes wrong, you can always wash it off!


Have a Little Work Done

Even the healthiest diet and the best exercise regime can’t fix certain issues with our bodies. Perhaps weight loss has left you with loose skin that you can’t tighten, or drooping breasts? Maybe your under eye bags are making you look tired or perhaps your lips have got thinner with age. Whether it’s a ‘lunch break procedure’ or something more extreme, look into information about plastic surgery and weigh up your options. If it allows you to put right a long standing insecurity, why wouldn’t you?


Buy Flattering Clothes

When it comes to clothes, it’s always worth bearing in mind that you should shop for the body you have, not the body you want. Even if you plan on losing weight, wait until you have reached your goal and then buy new clothes then. Otherwise you run the risk of wearing things now that are too small and ill fitting. Don’t pay too much attention to sizes since these can vary from shop to shop, you shouldn’t be squeezing into items where you refuse to size up as these labels don’t mean much anyway. Try on a couple of sizes and go with what looks and feels right.


New Year, New You, New Work Closet

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We’re going to say what no one else dares to say for fear of sounding like a downer (especially at the one time of the year where positivity seems to burst from the seams), but it can be pretty hard to rock the whole “new year, new me” philosophy when you are rocking the same old job. You’ve just been given a week-plus off for good behaviour and you spent it doing everything you can to forget about your mundane nine to five, only for it to hit you like a snow shovel. However, there is a way to make this reality-slap sting less and it is all to do with your style.


Now, we don’t care what you have been telling your friends and family over the festive period, every girl wonders how they can look as stylish inside the office as they do on the weekends. It’s a natural part of womanhood. Think about it. You spend the majority of your conscious-life at work, which means your work wardrobe is the most important fashion niche in your life. Period.


So, in order to help you grab hold of the “new year, new me” feeling and start this year at your absolute best, we have come up with some top tips to help you feel your absolute best.


Read on to see which style trends need to be given pride of place in your closet this year; the kind that will dazzle all of your colleagues and grab the attention of the higher-ups holding the key to a bigger salary.


  1. The Tailored Blazer

A blazer that fits your shape to a T has long been celebrated as a must-have piece of fashion, and nothing has changed. It is just the easiest way to look both sophisticated and stylish, which is exactly the kind of mannequin you want to be. It doesn’t matter if the sun is shining or the office heater is on; it’s something that can be paired with everything from a blouse to a sundress, a tank top to jeans. If you’re wondering where to start, black is best. It’s a classic. It’s the one that will get more use than anything else. Of course, if you want to start a collection, navy and white are two other good options, as are neutral shades and even printed styles.


  1. The Button-Down Shirt

If we were to walk into a handful of offices, pull out a clipboard and take a poll, the button-down would come out as overlooked and underrated. But to take this staple piece of workwear for granted would be a huge fashion faux-pas, especially in the modern office, as this one on proves. It is one of the jolly-old items that never stops working its magic. Put it on under that tailored blazer you just invested in, slip it on over that pencil skirt you were starting to get a little bit bored of or use it to bring your slacks to life in a way that makes you look like truly polished. We all have the morning where we don’t hear our alarms and find ourselves rushing through shower, breakfast and dressing. Well, the button-down means little to no planning.


  1. Glasses Not Contacts

No one likes a label – unless that label is working in your favor. That’s the exception to the rule, which is why you should be embracing the fact you need glasses instead of hiding it through the medium of itchy-contacts. People who wear glasses look more sophisticated. They look like they are more productive. But why just be a perception when you could quickly visit and become the reality. What we are trying to say is, not all glasses were born equal. Some were born to protect your eyes from blue-light (yup, we’re talking about your nasty computer-slash-phone screen) as much as UV light. Buy a pair of these and you’ll find your manager will a) start to take your more seriously, b) realise how great you look, and c) how awesome the work you are delivering is.


  1. The Blouse Is Back

If there is one rule you need to know about when it comes to the workwear wardrobe it’s this: there is no such thing as too many blouses. It’s as simple as that. So, if you walked past a one/two/three/five (delete accordingly) blouses in the January sales that caught your eye then give into that little voice and treat yourself. After all, they’re the kind of things you can wear at work, in the evenings and at weekends, which means they’re gonna get their fair share of wear. Trust us on that.


  1. The Timeless Watch

It only takes one scroll through Facebook-slash-Instagram for you to perform the screenshot maneuver a dozen times. Once again, a watch is one of those accessories that is well worth you struggling to pay rent this month. A classic timepiece oozes sophistication and style and finishes off a look in the kind of way that costume jewelry never can. Of course, if you need to add some more weight to your argument, then you can’t ignore the subliminal messages it gives off; punctuality and timeliness. But before you go and grab something “on point” and “right now” so to speak, try and avoid going for something that is trendy this week, such as an oversized face. Smaller, more classic watches will always be in style. Remember that.


  1. The Black Pump

Choosing shoes is one of the fashion problems all fashionistas face. But, as far as ‘flavor of the weeks’ go, none has been more steadfast or reliable than the classic black pump. Monday morning team building, lunchtime client meetings, a date with your crush after work and a spontaneous weekend on the town; the polished black pump works with them all. It’s sharp, it’s sophisticated, it’s stylish, it’s the cherry on top of almost every outfit and it produces a silhouette that will make you feel a million bucks.


Sure, you may be working the same dull job you keep threatening to leave, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it work for you this year.

Winter Trends

Winter is one of the best times of year for fashion. It is a time when you can really go out looking comfy and warm, yet style it out to make it look extra fashionable. There has been some lovely winter trends so far this year, and as the weather gets colder, they’re only getting better. There’s trends out there to suit every body shape, and trends to suit every fashion style. No matter what floats your boat, there’s something out there for you. But we wanted to outline some of the best winter fashion ideas of this year so far to give you a bit of inspiration for your next look.

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White And Fur


We all know that white can be a bit of a risky colour to wear. All you have to do is spill one drop of food or drink and your whole outfit is ruined. If you’re out in public and far away from getting changed, this can be one of the most annoying things to happen to you. But, white also looks amazing, and something that is circulating at the minute is the white skinny jean look with a fur coat. Absolutely perfect for winter. Make sure the skinny jeans are super skinny, and go for a black plain T-shirt tucked in underneath. Then you want to try and go for a light brown fur jacket, the puffier the better. Light brown with a few tones of white and caramel mixed in just looks amazing. Finish the look off with Russian styled light brown hat, and some trainers and you’ve got yourself an amazing look. If the trainers are something like converse they will look perfect.


Dress And Accessories


This has long been an obvious fashion trend. But during winter you need to switch it up a bit if you want to try and keep warm at the same time as look great. For the dress, try and get a cotton jumper style dress if you can. There’s some great turtleneck bodycon jumper style dresses circulating at the minute that looks incredible. For the accessories, you want to look at this website for inspiration. Accessories always complete any look, so if you’re going for the black styled cotton dress, then a cute silver necklace and ring will look amazing. To finish the look off, try and get yourself a pair of grey knee high boots to contrast the black a little.


Classy And Comfy


The last one is the easiest one to pull off, the everyday wear look. Start with comfy. You want some nice black skinny jeans with some black chunky heeled boots. A white thick jumper to keep your warm is going to look lovely against the black. Finish the look off with a black long coat and you’ve got yourself the classy and comfy look. It is perfect for whatever you’re doing each day, and requires minimum effort to look good.


So, there are three winter trends that we’re sure you’ll love this season. Get to the shops and treat yourself!

Witchy Woman

Now that winter is here I feel like I can fully embrace my cozy witch side. When I talk about my “witch side” let’s be clear. There are so many types of witches. I am not a hiking in the woods, collect my own spell materials type of witch – I am a born and raised New Yorker, so I am more of a city witch, a hipster witch if you will.

I am talking about chunky sweaters, velvet leggings and booties, and black wool coats that can pass for capes. When I saw Shopbop was having their November sale I quickly filled up my cart with essentials that would fit my new girly goth moon worshiper asthetic (is that a thing?).

Here are some of my finds:

Jacquie Aiche Large Moon & Stars Ring

Spiritual Gangster Moon Stars Magic Tank


Onzie Las Lunas Leggings

Aquazzura Mira Plateau 140 Starts Sandals


The great thing about shopbop is they have something for everyone and it is so easy to curate the wish list of your dreams.

Whats on your wishlist!? Share in the comments.

Face Masks: Learning To Love Your Look

When you look at your face in the mirror, what is the first thing you see? Is it your eyes, sparkling back at you? Or maybe it’s your nose, the bridge of your face? Or maybe it’s the fact that you’re not smiling, because you’re looking at yourself in a critical viewpoint that you shouldn’t be. Whatever it is you notice about yourself, it’s time to change the way you see them.


When we really think about it, being proud of your appearance can take some effort. There’s a lot of thinking that goes into perfecting a style, whether they be positive or negative thought trains, and that means a lot of planning and preparation is taken in order to mask our faces from the world. This can make us feel better, or worse, but the thing is, we should only be proud of the art we can accomplish because of this. So here’s a few hints at how you can learn to love your look.



Using Makeup as A Face Mask


We can think of our faces as a canvas, and that means we’re immediately doing ourselves a disservice. Remember you have features, and they’re called features for a reason as they make you you. Trying to cover them up, or mask them, can be a little trick we learn after years of painting on our daily makeup.


However, you can use makeup both lightly and heavily, and it’s a mix between these two that is going to give you the best impact. When you have a ‘no makeup’ makeup look for the workplace, or at college when you have the time or energy to do so, you can really amp up your face when it comes to parties or big hosting events. It’s time to break out the sparkly eyeshadow and get that contour on point!


When someone sees you outside of your usual look, they’ll be impressed by everything you have to show. Plus, it gives you a nifty little confidence boost whenever someone has that ‘wow’ expression, or compliments you on the dress or the smoky eye you’ve been practicing specifically for tonight. Trust me, you’ll be getting a lot of those!


Smile for Yourself to Break a Mask


Being asked, or told, to smile by other people can get very annoying. In a kind of reaction towards this, whether it be from a stranger on the street or your own boss, we take to not smiling. So we need to remember to smile for ourselves when we get home.


As demonstrated by, smiling is a little magic trick that is an instant pick me up. Smiling releases endorphins, and that makes us happier. Even just trying to fake a smile sends our brains the right signals. If you need some happy feelings stat, put on something funny, or listen to some music, and laugh and smile at them! It’s a good use of your time, and it’s some pretty good self care at the end of the day.


Use an Actual Face Mask


So there’s been a big use of metaphor so far in this post, but it’s been for a good reason! When we think of a face we show to the world, it is a bit of a mask, so emphasising that can help us break free from it.


However, using an actual face mask can work wonders for our skin. There’s been a lot of debate over whether or not a face mask can actually help you in a routine, but they’re not going to hurt you if you do use them. So you can give yourself more a healthy glow by painting on a clay mask about twice a week, and then gently wash it away before it starts cracking. If you let it sit for too long it can actually remove the essential oils and make your skin drier.


A lot of the time people don’t get the results they want from an actual face mask, and that might be for a variety of reasons. However, give yourself a quick wash before hand, and exfoliate to get those pores nice and open for the mask to penetrate deeper into your skin. After that, face masks are suited to any type of skin, so you can just pop any type on!


Targeting ‘Problem’ Areas


When we think of ourselves as having ‘problem areas,’ we’re not going to do ourselves any favours. However, it’s hard to get out of this mindset; so this isn’t really much of a mask problem, but it can be considered something we do because we don’t like our natural skin’s appearance. However, there’s a bit of a causal effect there, as taking cosmetic steps towards self acceptance can help us to be more confident about ourselves!


If it’s something you’ve thought through, and know would make you feel a whole world of good, there’s no harm in going for it. If you have some dark spots on your skin that you’re constantly trying to cover up, you can go in for some removal with services such as It makes a morning routine easier, and it can make loving yourself easier.


Don’t think of it as becoming the mask, or feel bad because you can’t face yourself without thinking ‘that’s a bad area of my face,’ as this can double the guilt and make us feel even worse on our road to self acceptance!


Self love is complex, and can be extremely tricky to get right. There’s so many ways you can do it however, whether it be faking it until you make it, or throwing on a good coat and strutting your way down a sidewalk. Either way, there’s a lot of ways to do yourself a little favour every now and then when it comes to looking in a mirror, so nurture some good habits for a more self esteem to do and wear what you want.

Be Proud Of Your Curves



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The media is constantly telling us how to look, what to wear, and want isn’t acceptable. But what people fail to remember is that no one is the same. All those slim, toned and bronzed celebs you see in magazines are, for starters, photoshopped. And they spend a lot of time and money to have their bodies look this way. Look at the Kardashians; each of them has had cosmetic surgery at least ten times.


And when you look at strong celebs like Zoe Saldana and Gal Gadot – they have pushed themselves and spent many hours (and a lot of money) with personal trainers to get the body they have in the films. Hollywood gives us an unfair view on our bodies – look at how much Christ Pratt has had to change to become Star-Lord, and how much he hates it.


It’s now time for you to love who you are – curves and all. Look at the golden age of Hollywood when Marilyn Monroe, a size 14-16, was the pinnacle of beauty. You are who you are, and no one can tell you that’s wrong.


Dress for your size and body shape. There are so many options out there for you to explore, and clothing lines specifically designed for the larger woman. You can also adapt some smaller sized clothes – use a waist extender on trousers, or learn how to let out seams on clothes. You should also think about what part of you to accentuate – curvy girls benefit from being larger in all the right places – so don’t hide it. We’re not saying to always go for the more exposing option, but don’t be worried about wearing something tailored and fitted.


While you’re out shopping, don’t let yourself dwell on the things you can’t fit into, and focus on what you can. No style is out of the question – you want to dress boho? You dress boho, and you’ll slay while doing it. Yes, there are some cuts that won’t be flattering on your body, but everyone has that issue no matter their size. Because everyone is different and don’t come in a set size.


When it comes to hair, you might find that playing with volume and curls really flatters you – it will frame your face perfectly and will show you pride at being big and beautiful.


Obviously, we want you to live a happy and healthy life, and being big does not mean that you can’t be healthy. A horrible misconception about larger people is that they do nothing and eat rubbish. The truth is that you can be just as active as eat just as healthily and still be curvy. There are some amazing and inspiring curvy women out there who win at yoga, who dominate the gym, and who dance ten times better than anyone else – all defying expectations and proving that you should be proud of your curves.


Little Fashion Problems For Little Fashionable Ladies

Shorter ladies are cuter ladies. There’s no denying there are plenty of benefits to being on the more petite side. However, there are also the drawbacks. Top shelves are an issue. But more of a problem is looking trendy without looking like you’re half your age. Getting asked for ID only remains flattering for so long. So, what do you do to solve the problem and look like the full-grown woman you are?


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Celebrate your shape

You’re a grown woman, so why not show it off a little? This doesn’t mean you have to always go for the more exposing option, but fitting your clothing to your figure can immediately make you look a lot more womanly. As Live About shows, there are plenty of different body shapes even for the smaller woman. A good tip, in general, however, is to always cinch above the waist. Beyond emphasizing some of your feminine aspects, it has the added benefit of adding a little more length to your legs.


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A little class goes a long way

Most women fight to dress in a way that makes them look younger, whereas you might very well have the opposite problem. Nothing shows maturity like a touch of class. For this reason, unless you want to look cute and current, it’s worth avoiding the graphic tee. A great accessory can add a lot of sophistication, too. The right eyewear, in particular, a good pair of shades, can make a big difference. A bold statement with a fragrant perfume that isn’t too saccharine can immediately add the air of a woman who knows what she’s all about, too.


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Shoes make a big, big difference

Opting for the kids’ sizes can definitely help you find clothes that fit you perfectly. While it might sting the pride, it’s an option worth considering. Except when it comes to footwear. Sure, a pair of kids’ size sneakers is fine for when you’re not too fussy about appearing like the classy lady like you are. However, when it comes to more mature flats and the godsend that is the height-adding heel, then it’s worth looking at designers particularly for the more petite lady like Pretty Small Shoes. Otherwise, it can be difficult finding the fancy footwear to complete your look.


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Don’t overdo it

You might want to look more mature to offset your natural tininess, but if that’s all you focus on, you risk over-egging the pudding and coming off as old-fashioned, instead. Again, the fit is the big issue. If you forego tailoring on all your clothes and choose only loose, baggy materials, you risk looking more conservative, and thus much older. Similarly, putting in a little too much work on the face, especially making your eyebrows too thin, can add a severe, aged profile.

Being short comes with its challenges. Some of them can be solved with a footstool. Otherwise, looking like a glamorous, sexy lady should definitely not be one of them. The tips above are going to solve that particular conundrum for you.


The Essential Items Every Fashionista Needs In Her Fall/Winter Wardrobe

Fashion might change with the season, but style is forever. Being able to piece together a show-stopping look is an art – one that’s made easier by having a few fashion staples in your wardrobe. The fall/winter season is a great one for fashion, with the chance to play with different accessories to create timeless, enviable looks. To make sure you always step out the door in style, here are some of the essential pieces every fashionista should have in her fall/winter wardrobe.



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The over-the-knee boot

The over-the-knee boot (or the thigh-high if you dare), is one of those looks that has stood the test of time, with many cool ways to wear the trend. Perfect with a sweater dress for cozy daytime chic or paired with a sexy black dress for cocktail hour – your over-the-knee boots will make your look. Choose a classic color like black or tan for an item you can pull on time and time again whenever you want an instant style injection.

The leather jacket

You don’t have to be a biker chick to wear a leather jacket well. As one item that will improve as it ages, your leather jacket will continue to look good year after year. Investing in a high-quality leather jacket from retailers like Evans Furs and Leathers will ensure you get a well-made garment and expert advice on care. A cool way to funk-up a pretty dress or complete an off-duty casual style, your leather jacket will be a reliable addition during the fall and winter months.

The perfect chunky knit

As it gets darker and colder outside, you’re likely to want to wrap up warm and be cozy wherever you are. A chunky knit adds instant comfort to your look but is also a major style favorite of fashionistas everywhere. Opt for oversized styles that can be worn alone, with jeans or to lounge around the house in multiple colors to match with your wardrobe. It sometimes pays to search the men’s section for the best styles that achieve the same on-trend look without the price tag that some women’s brands might charge.

A cross-body bag

What’s the one item a fashion blogger can’t live without? The cross-body bag. Perfect for completing an outfit, a cross-body bag or satchel is a timeless classic that is worth the investment you pay for it. If you choose to invest in a designer bag, the cross-body is one of the most versatile styles you can own that you can call on time and time again to create a great look. Worn with your off-duty style or with your favorite party dress, the cross-body is ideal for winter and will keep your hands free for those warming pumpkin-spiced lattes.


While every season brings with it a whole new set of trends, there are some things that will never go out of style. Investing in some staple items for your fall/winter wardrobe means you’ll always have reliable pieces that can make trends easier to pull off while keeping your basics looking polished. Build your essential fall/winter wardrobe with these great fashion essentials and get ready for your most stylish season yet.


Natural Ways You Can Enjoy Your Favorite Things

We all have simple pleasures that we love to indulge in. Maybe yours is eating chocolate or putting your makeup on in the morning. The problem is, with so many different products around today, it can be hard to tell which ones are good for you. You might enjoy doing something, but perhaps you want to do it in a more natural way. No matter what helps to relax you or sends a zing of pleasure through you, you can find healthier and more eco-friendly ways to do it. Have a look at these tips to change your way of doing things.


Pampering Yourself


Getting a chance to sit back and relax isn’t something that happens often. When you have a busy life, you have to make time for pampering yourself. If you love soaking in the bath or getting a facial, it’s a fantastic way for you to relax and let go of some stress. But plenty of the products you use for pampering yourself could have unwelcome ingredients. If you want to make sure you’re kind to your skin, as well as your hair and nails, you should look into more natural beauty products. There are lots of ranges that use simple and natural ingredients so you can avoid anything harmful.


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Drinking Juice and Flavored Drinks


Many people don’t want to drink water all the time. They want something that tastes good, instead of a drink that doesn’t taste of much at all. So you might enjoy having a soda or a juice when you’re thirsty. But many drinks can be full of sugar and have lots of additives in too. For a more natural approach, the best bottled water is flavored with natural fruit flavorings. So you get the benefit of drinking water without the boring taste. You need to watch out for anything that uses sweeteners instead of sugar because they can use artificial sweeteners. But the best drinks use natural ones for a great taste.




For some people, spending time in the kitchen is a nightmare. However, plenty of people love to cook and use it as a way to relax and have fun. And one of the best things about cooking is that you get to eat what you’ve made afterward. But if you’re thinking of being more health-conscious and taking more of a natural approach to life, you might want to reconsider the way you cook. One thing to think about is the pre-prepared ingredients that you use. Do you know what’s really in them? There are likely some more natural alternatives. You can also think about switching to organic ingredients to help you avoid pesticides and other unwanted things.


Wearing Makeup


Putting your makeup on can be pretty relaxing too. Even if you don’t find it relaxing to apply, wearing it can make you feel good. However, like with bath products, you can find that you might be putting things on your face that you would prefer not to have on your skin. If you want more natural makeup, perhaps try a range that uses minerals and avoids using ingredients that could be bad for your skin.


More natural ways to do things are good for you and good for the environment. There are nearly always options to improve your favorite things.

How To Dress Boho Chic This Fall


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Fall is the perfect season for letting out your inner bohemian. If you’re just getting into boho chic, here are some tips for making this style work for you.


Look to the past


Boho chic relies heavily on retro trends, particularly from the 60s and 70s. Everything from maxi skirts to flares are in. That said, you probably want to refrain from going full-on hippy. Mix and match vintage clothing with a few new clothing choices that are based on retro ideas. The likes of have some great examples of such dresses. You can also consider retro accessories.


Dress loose


Tight clothing is a no-no when it comes to dressing boho chic. This means no skinny jeans, tight skirts or leggings. Think free-flowing when kitting out your wardrobe. Hanging jewellery such as necklaces and hanging earrings can help add to your overall style. This style is also a great opportunity to let your hair out. You can find guides on how to style your hair boho chic at sites like


Accessories are everything


Now is the time to try those big and bold accessories that feel inappropriate with other clothing. Consider big belts and quirky hats. When it comes to jewellery, a big pendant or large earrings can also work well. Feel free to mix metals. Meanwhile when it comes to your bag, consider earthy leathers and bags with tassels – you don’t have to opt for a typical hippy tote bag. Some people can go overboard when it comes to the accessories and end up looking like a walking jumble store. Try to keep to a maximum of two statement pieces (e.g. a big hat and a big belt) and keep the rest of your accessories subtle (e.g. thin necklaces and plain bracelets).


Choose earthy colours and textures


You want to avoid bright neon colours and plastic textures. These may feel too artificial and urban. Natural fabrics such as silks, leathers, denims, cottons and wools will suit this style much better. Keep them to earthy tones such as pastel colours and browny hues. Blacks and whites can work but make sure that they’re blended with browns and greens. For an autumn look, consider oranges and reddish browns. As for jewellery, similarly avoid plastics and aim for woods and metals.


Swap out heels for flats


Heels don’t match the loose-fitting nature of boho chic. Instead, when choosing shoes, opt for flat footwear. As with the rest of your wardrobe, keep it looking earthy and retro. Leathery and suedey materials are great for this look. Gladiator sandals are often associated with boho chic, but fall may be getting a little cold for this type of footwear. Instead consider moccasins and low-heel ankle boots (you may even be able to find some handcrafted ones on Furry boots are likely to be more suitable for winter, but there’s nothing to stop you wearing them on a cold fall day.