Orange isn’t typically everyone’s go-to colour, but this lookbook is going to show you exactly why it should be. Personally, I’m a big fan of orange because it resembles the brightness of the one thing I love – the sun.
This boho chic outfit is the simplest thing you’ll ever see. I paired my distress denim jeans with a white tee. Although, this white tee is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before and the back is all stripped and torn. Super modern and chic and all from Seaside Boutique.
To take my look from basic to boho, I added on an orange crochet cardigan. You simply can’t have too many of these within your wardrobe because they are the key to taking your look from mediocre to modern chic.
As you already know, no wardrobe or lookbook is complete without some accessories. So, I added in a Mala Prayer necklace that matches my Fitbit. That’s the worst thing about sport watches. They’re so casual that they can take away from your outfit. 99% of the time I don’t wear mine because it ruins my entire lookbook but with all the walking I was doing in Antigua, I couldn’t help but wear the massive plastic teal peal. So, I used one of my 15 Mala Prayer necklaces that had both orange and teal in it to tie it all together. I think it worked rather flawlessly!
Check out that fringe! That’s the secret to turning any lookbook into a bohemian masterpiece.
If I had it my way, I would have worn different footwear but since I was in the Caribbean with a suitcase, I could only pack 3 shoes and these were the best ones to fit the outfit.
Ready to get boho chic like this lookbook?
My entire outfit is from Seaside Boutique. If you’re new to this fashion blog, you’re going to notice very quickly that pretty much 50% of my wardrobe is from there – if not more than that. So, shop away and get some fringe cardigans, distressed denim and tees in your wardrobe.
My necklace is from Mala Prayer, and if you’re into yoga and clean living, you’ll love these accessories.
Until next time ladies, dress in orange and bring the brightness out within your lifestyle and wardrobe. And don’t forget to read about my killer experience in Antigua and Barbuda in the Caribbean.