Jeffrey Yan, 24, Harper’s Bazaar Fashion Assistant
“Bohemian glamour is one of the easiest and most relaxed ways to dress. It’s also super-versatile – you can do it for a weekend, a night out, and it’s especially chic when you work a Bohemian look on holiday. You want to hit the right balance between Bohemian and glamour so the looks should have little touches of luxe and not too hippie-dippy.” “You want to be Boho, not hobo – so keep it polished. Do your hair, work a red lip, or accessorise your looks with statement pieces. Strappy metallic sandals and stacking on chunky extras in highshine gold is the easiest way to make this a night look. If girlish vintage florals look too sweet, toughen up the look with a worn leather jacket or a denim vest. Also, the Bohemian trend has been going on for a while, so the details have to be current. Drop the crochet bags and braided headbands, and opt for a sleek, woven clutch, and an oversized felt hat à la Saint Laurent. You should aspire to emulate Nicole Richie, Kate Bosworth and Rachel Zoe’s looks, not Vanessa Hudgens. Ask yourself: Would a stoner girl wear this to Coachella? If the answer is yes, change.” “I’m a T-shirt-and jeans kind of person but I like my basics to have a little twist – so tees with really interesting prints and colours, or in unusual cuts and fabrics. At the moment, I am living in sweaters. They are so easy to wear and can be dressed up or down.”
BLOUSE, RM189, FROM MISS SELFRIDGE. KNOTTED LARIAT NECKLACE, RM43,
FROM DIVA. CUFF, RM29, FROM DIVA. SNAKEHEAD LARIAT NECKLACE,
RM59, FROM DIVA. SANDALS, RM200, FROM STEVE MADDEN. PRINTED VEST, RM143, FROM TOPSHOP. BANGLES, RM69 FOR A SET, FROM DIVA. JEANS, RM219, FROM TOPSHOP.