Turning Bohemian

There is one thing that I have not tried yet – being a fashion blogger. Not that I don’t want to, it’s just that, I have yet to figure out how can I do it well, so that it suits my personality and my style! What I am talking about here is – the bohemian style. The more I see it, the more I like it. There are so many wonderful bloggers rocking the bohemian style with élan, and I just can’t help myself but feel getting drawn towards it, day by day. But the only glitch that is holding me back is – I am not sure if it would be able to pull it off that well! And other questions like – will it look good on me? Where do I start from?Well, I have been fighting with this inner voice of mine for a long time now. And finally that day while shopping, when I came across this beautiful tunic (which caught my attention instantly), I knew I have taken the first step to try something I have always wanted to!
As much as I am excited about giving myself a project, I am a little nervous too, since this is new to me! I haven’t given myself a chance to incorporate a bohemian look in any of my styling diaries. But now I want to, and I will! I want to come out of my comfort zone, like we all do, especially now, after blogging for one good year, I want to try new things, new styles, like large sunglasses, flowing skirts, boots and loose jumpers, something which I thought I never would! Oh well, I have a long list for that, will share soon.

I don’t know why but the bohemian vibe, the unkempt look attracts me towards itself a lot! Stacking too many rings or bangles was never my thing (but never say never, right?). Hence, I want to explore that route too! And I keep asking myself – Why not? And that’s what fashion is all about – doing the undone! Isn’t it?

So here I am – with my own version of Bohemian Rhapsody (okay, not literally, but still). And I have a secret to tell – This bohemian thing is growing on me, in all ways – inside and out! Sometimes I have this strong urge of simply leaving everything behind and setting myself free, live life like a long lost wanderer..

Cheers!
Ritika

Tunic: Tommy Hilfiger (now available in white)
Pants: Fame Forever, India (similar by Free People)
Shoes & Earrings: From New Delhi (many designs available here)
Scarf: Forever 21 (similar)
Belt: Thrifted, India
Solid Copper Ring: From an antique shop in Sedona, AZ
Cuff: Claire’s

Author: Ritika Sahni

Wife. Blogger. Coffee lover. Fitness Freak. People watcher. Beauty admirer. To sum up - I'm high on life..!

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