Balearic boho style is a kind of women’s fashion drawing on various bohemian and hippie influences very typical on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, colonised by beatniks and hippies for a long time during the 1960’s and 1970’s. Getting the Ibizan Boho look can be very easy with four tips that we will reveal today on the blog.
White maxi dresses of light fabrics are very popular in Ibiza among people who use to wear bohemian clothing. They are great for the summer days at the shores of the sea. They are fresh and comfortable. To stand the Spanish summer heat can be easier wearing these dresses.
The white dresses of the Ibizan brand Charo Ruiz are a good example. These are precious and you can get them on the island. The white is the most representative colour of the Ibiza’s fashion, and Charo Ruiz usually uses the colour white to make her amazing creations.
Leather boho boots are perfect to combine with hippie dresses, long skirts, or short jeans. The fabulous creations of the craftsman and designer Hector Riccione or Emonk’s boots are some examples of this style. Putting sandy suede leather boots on, with fringes or beads, you will achieve definitively that Balearic look so desired. Knotted ankle sandals are another popular option, weather with high heels or not. If you prefer flat sandals, you will be so comfortable to take nice walks along the beaches of Ibiza.
Hair ornaments are very fashion among bohemian people. Girls usually wear flowers in their hair, getting natural perfect beach waves. The look is seemingly unfussy, effortlessly chic. Your hair will look perfectly polished without brushing it too much.
In conclusion, combining these 4 simple tricks, you will get the Balearic Boho style, and will be ready to enjoy walking by the Ibiza’s beaches and all the lovely parties of the island.
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