Keep it bold and fun. Today I want to share with you various ways to dress like a modern hippie. This subculture was popular back in the 60’s, but it seems like it’s hitting back this year. Of course, designers have made some changes to the primal looks, making them modern but keeping the genuine hippie spirit. I personally love the way modern trends are combined with vintage basics. Each of the presented looks has that special transition from vintage to modern style. We see flowers, jacquards, lightweight separates, delicate accessories, loose-fit shapes and vibrant psychedelic prints. The best advice so far is to free your mind and get inspired by the 1960’s hippie muses, including Marianne Faithful, Pattie Boyd and Anita Pallenberg.
Hippie & Grunge. Try on a simple sleeveless T-shirt with a cat snout print that is paired with checkered black and red shirt, grey denim shorts, vintage brown leather satchel bag and black lace-up slip-ons.
If you like dogs, then try on a cropped Tank-top with a pencil drawn dog print. This top can be teamed with awesome jacquard printed sweatpants. It seem quite simple, but it looks awesome.
How about this urban street wear look? We see indigo slim-fit jeans, dark grey tank, aviator sunglasses and brown leather flat sandals.
How about an everyday office wear? We see a pretty shirt collar blouse styled with slim jeans, sandals and spacious tote bag.
The cable knit V-neck sweater dress looks awesome paired with retro oversized coat, casual flat boots and fringed suede bag.
There is a real hipster versus hippie touch in this look. We see lightweight burgundy pullover styled with ripped jeans and leather accessories.
The cream pink semi-sheer maxi skirt can be teamed with cropped, sleeveless turtleneck.
How about teaming dark purple shirt with denim pale blue A-line skirt and suede fringed flat booties.