Urban City Chic Fashion
Gorgeous vintage patchwork skirts, boho chic ethnic styles, you already have the fashion basics down with medieval styled skirts and renaissance styled dresses. Pair with ballet flats, a white embroidered tunic, ankle boots, and lots of beads and bangles. Hand embroidered shirts, sari harem pants, hi low dresses with smocked busts and gorgeous prints turn a few pieces into a true wardrobe.
It took me a very long time to figure my wardrobe to go from okay to awesome by building around a few key pieces. Mix and match the skirts and dresses to create an outfit that’s amazing, stylish, and a uniquely yours fashion statement.
My style is a mix of street style, urban chic fashion but if you’re more preppy, grungy, hipster or California cool these can be accessorized accordingly. Every girl needs a stunning, long fluttering feminine goddess renaissance style dress made from soft embroidered rayon fabrics in light muted colors or dark jewel tones. Hi low hemline dresses with spaghetti straps, add a fitted cardigan and sandals, beautifully feminine and lush creations complete the statement.
Long gothic styled flared skirts with a cropped top, ankle boots, and a cross-body bag, add on a scarf and chakra malas for a city chic urban fashionista statement. Patterned harem pants and a plain tunic will look awesome with a tough denim utility jacket. Dress up loose-cut harem pants with a tank top and a cropped weathered leather jacket. Smocked waist harem pants can sit low on the hips showing off your bellybutton or wear high with a crop top.
Statement necklaces can add drama for a cool and stylish look. Bold beads and old silver jewelry add in the bohemian edge. Try wearing one with a simple chambray shirt and loud printed mandala harem pants. Dress these up to look sophisticated boho chic or grunge it down to look urban hippie chic with accessories like scarves and loose shirts. Bohemian clothing is easy, comfortable and can be mixed with a multitude of styles.