Today I’m back with a new lookbook! I can’t even recall how long it’s been since I’ve done a proper lookbook. This lookbook is inspired by the bohemian style, and since it’s a spring lookbook some of the outfits are more suitable for warmer weather, and some of them can be worn in a colder climate. This is going to be a long post so let’s jump straight into it!
Outfit no. I
Here I’m wearing my white lace off-the-shoulder crop top from Forever 21.
I combined it with my beige suede skirt from Primark. I especially like the floral cut out details in the bottom part of the skirt.
Moving on to feet, I’m wearing my cowboy-style ankle boots also from Primark. I think this outfit would also look amazing with ballet flats. However, I went with the ankle boots because they suit my style the best.
Around my neck, I’m wearing two golden chain necklaces with triangular pendants from Primark. You could have already seen those in my April 2018 Favourites.
And here you can see a different variation of this outfit, where I paired the look with a beige kimono. Unfortunately, I can’t remember where it’s from. I got this as a present from my mum. (UPDATE: apparently, it’s from Takko Fashion)
Outfit no. II
To style this outfit, I took a different white lace crop top this time from Primark and paired it with my ripped light blue jeans from Forever 21.
To add a more boho vibe to it, I combined it with my red floral print kimono from Primark. And don’t worry, Forever 21 and Primark are not the only places where I shop for clothes.
This belt which I used to strap the jeans with is from River Island.
However, these beige ankle boots are from Forever 21.
And this set of necklaces is actually from Primark. Primark is just the best shop when you’re a shopaholic but need to keep it within a budget.
Outfit no. III
This outfit features a white tunic from Primark which makes me feel like a heroine from a fantasy novel when worn with a pair of faux leather trousers.
However, this time I combined it with a black denim skirt from Primark.
Can we just take a second to admire the floral embroidery? Because it’s just exquisite.
On my feet, I’m wearing these simple black ankle boots from Forever 21.
To add more spice, I’m wearing a black choker from River Island.
Outfit no. IV
Here I’m once again wearing the white off-the-shoulder Primark crop top from outfit no. II.
Except this time, I paired it with my high-waisted black ripped jeans also from Primark.
On my feet, I’m wearing the cowboy-style ankle boots from Primark, which you’ve seen in the outfit no. I.
And this gorgeous boho necklace worth wearing to Coachella is… also from Primark! And so is the pink feather earring. I was going to wear both of the feather earrings, but that would be too much in a combination with the necklace.
To make this outfit more wearable during the colder days, I combined it with my trusty pink faux fur jacket from Bershka.
Outfit no. V
And last but not least is this outfit featuring a maxi dress combined with a blue denim jacket with floral embroidery. Both of these items are from Primark.
And so is the black plait belt, and the rose gold chain necklace around my neck.
For the sake of this post, I paired the outfit with these high heel sandals from Forever 21.
I really love the fringe details but let me tell you that these shoes are bloody uncomfortable. I was wearing them for about twenty minutes during the shooting, and I had enough. They were crashing my little toes really bad, and the height of the heels is just not the right for me. I guess I was too blinded with their beauty when I was buying them. I’ll probably have to buy different sandals or wedges so I can wear this outfit again.
And that’s all I have for this blog post! I hope you enjoyed and let me know what you think in the comments down below! As you can see, Forever 21 is my go-to place to shop for boho clothes, and Primark is my favourite place to shop for extremely budget-friendly clothes in general.
In case you’re interested, this lookbook is also available as a video on my YouTube channel here!
See you soon!
xoxo, S. V.