The bohemian trend has stuck around for a few years now, and it looks like we’ll keep getting influences from the 1970’s for a while longer. After all, it’s a style that has always been popular to a degree, and especially in the likes of events such as music festivals. However, the 70’s style can easily be incorporated in other styles, and not just festival fashion. With a bit of creativity, the bohemian style can actually be quite versatile. Go all out with it, or just take inspiration from it and incorporate elements of the 70’s style into your outfit – it’s completely up to you.
Miss Tunica’s long beach tunic MONDELLO in the colour Navajo Mountain screams boho chic and 70’s style. The pattern, which includes hues of green, orange and pink, is a lovely Paisley print that couldn’t be more hippie style even if it tried.
Our model Maria (on Instagram as @meenahthehag) wears the MONDELLO Navajo Mountain as a dress rather than a beach tunic. The slightly sheer fabric, which is very comfortable on a hot beach, easily becomes more covering with a slipdress underneath, and Maria wears the medium length slipdress in Hot Maroon to bring out the pink in the tunic’s Paisley print.
With multi-coloured tunics like this one it’s completely up to oneself to decide what slipdress to go for, depending on what colour you want to focus on. With a long tunic you could go for either a long or short slipdress, and in this case a number of different colours would have been suitable.
Our model Maria pairs her MONDELLO Navajo Mountain with a pair of clog-like slip-on platform heels with wooden heels to really accentuate that bohemian 1970’s style. The slouchy oversized leather handbag is the only other accessory to the tunic, which in our opinion doesn’t need to much else due to the statement neckline full of decorative golden beads hand sewn in a complex oriental pattern. Having added a few loose beach waves to her hair, the 70’s inspired boho look is complete!