The Minimalist Boho

 A bit ago I wrote about buying less. One of my tips: keep two shopping lists; a list of things you need to buy, and a list of things you don't need to buy. Well, with the addition of this guy to my wardrobe, white lace dresses has officially crossed over onto the things I don't need to buy list. (As you might remember, this isn't my first lace dress.) So I won't be buying anymore of these ethereal pieces, but I sure am exciting to start wearing them! 

— What I wore —

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Dress: Topshop, similar Hat: similar Bag: thrifted Moccasins: thrifted, similar

The minimalist boho may be my new way to describe my style. Or maybe it's the romantic minimalist. There's something about white lace dresses that make me want to run through oceanside beaches and make necklaces out of seashells and feathers. You feel me? Anybody...?

Anyways, why do I own more white lace dresses than the average person not getting married in the next six months? Because for me, they are pieces that say a lot with a little. One piece I can throw on and feel like the beach-running seashell-finding beautiful person I want to feel like. No fuss, no strategic accessorizing. 

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This is what carrying around my camera bag looks like:

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Minimalist boho. I think I'll stick with that (for now). How would you describe your style?

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