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POMP & CIRCUMSTANCE Dress, sold out [SIMILAR IN WHITE] | NAUGHTY MONKEY Love Story Bootie | GORJANA Mika Necklace, Zion Necklace | HOUSE OF HARLOW Reflector Bangle | BAUBLEBAR Pave Links Bracelet, old [SIMILAR] | KENDRA SCOTT Elle Earrings in Slate | JULEP Shari
I love a gorgeous boho chic look. The carefree and effortless vibe the style embodies is beautiful. After years of admiring the style from afar, I decided it was time to try it out for myself. I had found pieces here and there, but I was never 100% sold on the look on me. I had begun to think that maybe this style was one I would just admire on others and in pictures. Despite the discouragement, I continued to try on pieces with the boho chic spirit, and that led me to this dress. I fell in love with the gorgeous blue color. It flows amazingly and the comfort level is a dream! When I tried this on in the store, I thought to myself maybe I can do boho chic. I also bought the last blue version of this dress, but linked the white version which is just as gorgeous. After the color, the second big seller for me to even try on the dress was the price tag. Whenever I am shopping for styles that are new or that I am on the fence about, I always look for a lower priced version first. I would hate to spend a $100 plus on something only to realize it really was not me after all. I did this a few years ago when skinny jeans became popular. I headed to my local Target and bought one pair for like 30 dollars. I also proceeded to wear them every week until they were super faded. I decided it was probably a style that was worth investing in. I will probably wear this dress a few more times before fully investing in some of the more expensive brands like Free People or Stone Cold Fox. Although I think this dress might be a little too memorable, so I may have to go back to Pomp and Circumstance and check out some of there other boho type dresses. Are there any styles you love on others but not so much on yourself?