A printed boho dress, the kind of dress I can’t have enough of. For some people, wearing a piece of clothing in more than one occasion is a “fashion sin”, not my case though. I can wear a pretty dress countless times just because I like it. My advice is: if you like it, wear it. As simple as that.
We were passing by a local boutique, and my hubby saw this dress, and it was love at first sight. I stared at it for a few seconds, and he was like: go buy it!
I love the bright print and how flowy it is. It’s super comfortable, ideal for a day at the beach or just to wander around. To me, this is kind of a “go-to” dress. Easy to combine with any footwear, I can wear it with a blazer, a short jacket, or a cardigan. A dress I can wear to a restaurant, a dinner, or to go shopping. It is a unique dress but yet again, it’s also very versatile. A statement dress that can be worn to create a fashionable yet comfortable look.
When it comes to jewellery, a boho dress like this one will look good with XL bohemian-inspired jewellery or a beautiful raffia hat. A minimalist necklace or minimalist pair of earrings will also look great combined with this printed boho dress.
I didn’t have a specific location in mind for a photoshoot with this dress. I bought it because I love it. This photoshoot just happened spontaneously. It was meant to be. We live by the beach, thus it would have made sense to have a photoshoot at the beach, but somehow I imagine myself wearing this dress in Ibiza. Strange enough, when I think about Ibiza, I don’t think about amazing beaches first. When I think about Ibiza, the bohemian lifestyle is always present, but I think about its unspoiled nature. Little roads, desert-like plants and flowers; amazing mountain views with the sea in the background.
We were talking about a trip to Ibiza and nature and also how curious it is that now that we live by the beach, we tend to go more to the mountain side in our road trips. We don’t plan our trips; we just pack and head somewhere. We have discovered so many amazing places this way. Beautiful villages, olive fields, orange fields, unique B&Bs, castles, ruins, and so on.
The nature in the inland here is stunning. The landscape is so diverse. In a one-hour drive, you can find yourself passing by beautiful green fields and entering a rock desert-like landscape. The architecture and historical buildings contribute to creating a unique and beautiful atmosphere for each region as well.
We always think about how amazing it is that in a short drive, we find ourselves in places where you can’t imagine other people even being around. Wandering in small roads; our child chasing butterflies, picking up flowers, and not a soul in sight. Not a sound, not a voice, not a house. Just nature and its creations. Like the rest of the world was far away and “outside.”
I feel that is the difference between going to the beach and going to nature far from the coast. When I go to the beach, I go in a fun kind of mood. I want to relax but also have fun, especially if I go with my son.
When it comes to our trips to the mountains, those are more trips without expectations. We don’t know what we are going to find or where we are going to stop or what we are going to do. We go without expectations, and each time we discover places that leave us speechless in awe of nature. Just silence and pure beauty. Places where time doesn’t seem to exist. The background of these pictures is one of those places.
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