Outfit Details:

Zac & Rachel palazzo pants (options: floral! paisley! stripes!), Lady Manhattan blouse (old, similar here), Candies heels (last seen here, similar here), Vintage bag (new options here and here), Druzy ring from The House of Findings, Vintage earrings (similar here)

The Red Hand palazzo pants boho street style

Here’s a show of hands for recapturing the bohemian spirit. Recently I was passing through a town in western Massachusetts and found this bright little spot. This form of street art is part of an initiative to beautify what are necessary nuisances – namely, large utility boxes. I am always so excited to see positive projects. To me, little things like this make a big difference and inspire others to be creative as well. Call it the snowball effect. If projects like this begin to happen everywhere, the world would be a brighter place.

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Sometimes a maxi dress or skirt can feel a little old hat for the summer. But I’m wearing the perfect alternative: palazzo pants. For those days when you want to wear pants but it’s too hot for denim or something tighter, they are a perfect breezy option. I love this crazy pair with bold colors, but you could also do a monochromatic look with this pair and this top.

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This look does have a bohemian feel to it, especially with the amazing vintage fringe bag from a multicultural festival. The concept of “bohemian” has been around for a while. At some point after a trend arises, there is a subsequent decline in terms of it feeling unique. So how do you capture the spirit in a fresh way? One way is to recapture the go-with-the-flow feel of the 1970s by means of a patterned bottom (like the pants I wore or these) and pair it with a “classic shirt” – in this case a crisp button-down tied at the waist. But, of course, add some fun accessories like this fringy thing that catches the wind as you march along.

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