With the necessity of flowy, breathable outfits for the warmer spring and summer weather comes the rise (once again) of the classic favorite-the bohemian chic vibe.
This romantic look has come and gone ever so gracefully as a runway and commercial staple, and it just keeps getting better and more refined with every comeback.
A lot of fashion spreads in Korean magazines have been subscribing to this 70’s throwback of a look, each adding a unique kick of its own to make it seem more modern and easily differentiated from your mother’s worn-out hand-me-downs.
Overall, the look is very feminine and brings out a dash of romanticism in every girl’s wardrobe.
This one, for sure, never goes out of style.
Starting off we have SECRET’s Sunhwa in this Etro Paisley Printed Midi-Dress which features a very flowy structure with rich patterns.
This is a more common hippie chick look and can easily be accentuated with earth tones.
Next we have BoA in this Chloe Navy Chiffon and Lace Top.
The silhouette makes for a more practical day to day wear.
The navy blue color is not overwhelming.
The structure of the dress gives added volume to her figure which renders a sexier, curvaceous look.
This list would be incomplete without our resident bohemian chic goddess Lee Hyori.
When it comes to a more casual take on the traditional 70’s boho look, Lee Hyori’s our girl.
Lee Hyori knows and understands that the bohemian look should be an effortless undertaking-that it should be liberating, capturing the true essence of bohemian fashion.
Here we have Jung Ryeo Won wearing a boho staple – an oversized batwing top with fringe detail.
She goes for all-white embroideries which is actually a go-to combination to having that clean and chic boho look.