Boho chic: elegance of nature

Stile e Tendenze

Here are some cues: relaxed looks for free spirits, ethnic inspiration, colorful or even kaleidoscopic clothes, natural fabrics, eco-consciousness. A true fashion classic. What is the fashion style that best fits the description? Well, hippie style, of course!

At least once in a lifetime, anyone's attention has been drawn to a hippie-inspired outfit. Born in the 1960s and 1970s in the counterculture communities around San Francisco as an alternative lifestyle and way of dressing, the hippie style was introduced into the fashion system by Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld in the 1970s, who gave this nonconformist style an interpretation of luxury and paved the way for endless fashion revivals. After a moment of decline in the late 1970s, the hippie style returned to the world's most famous catwalks beginning in the mid-1980s.

Today hippie fashion is featured at the world's most acclaimed music festivals. On these occasions stars and models often wear hippie, boho-chic or naïve tunics, kaftans, long or short dresses and accessories. Along with these fashion events, hippie style is also one of the many sources of inspiration for women's everyday outfits that need to be charming and cozy at the same time.

But how to avoid the old clichés about that culture of love and peace of the 1970s? The hippie lifestyle and hippie fashion can still inspire today and in the urban environment if we treasure the idea of freedom from roots and hope for a reinvention of life, with a strong connection to nature and a sense of community. And if we continue to love natural, soft fabrics, brightly colored prints, irregular shapes, and tribal jewelry.

So although ethnic-inspired casual glamour has served the fashion of the past and present, according to Malini there are two modern ways to dress hippie these days:

This is a free and refined style perfect for relaxed yet elegant personalities. Malini's shabby-chic dresses and colorful mini-dresses follow each woman's silhouette according to principles of discretion and freedom. A fluttering scarf, as well as a pair of handmade ethnic earrings, a bracelet or a necklace, complete the look giving a unique touch of class.

This is a more natural style for true "flower children." Nonconformist, revolutionary, but with sweetness, freedom and devotion to nature. Malini's maxi pants, kaftans, sarongs and shirts are perfectly decorated with psychedelic or floral patterns and tie & dye techniques. Complete your look with a refined ethnic accessory and an exclusive fabric bag. And remember, Malini always uses high-quality materials made from 100 percent natural fibers.

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