8. Tunic, Vest and Flared Jeans
This outfit can be used for lectures, discussions and presentations. Frayed torches are a modern variant of the flared trousers from the 1970s. Add a floral tunic with bell sleeves over it and avoid your jeans with black heels with thick heels dragging along the floor without compromising on comfort.
Give your inner hippie a touch of suede with a fringed vest. Stripes and flowers are great for mixing. Complete the top with a subtly striped headband and Kacamata Rayban. Complete the look with a hanging necklace to add a color accent.
9. Printed Wrap Dress and Espadrilles
A red wrap dress with a floral pattern looks casual and boho-chic, especially in combination with espadrilles with laces. Let the dress do the talking with a simple necklace, but you can mix prints by adding a printed hemp backpack. Match one of the colors to the dress and you’re done.
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10. Tee, Shorts, Fringe Vest and Cowboy Boots
Just because you go to class doesn’t mean you can’t dress like you do at a music festival. Dressing like Coachella can be a lot of fun.
A simple orange v-neck t-shirt and denim shorts with cuffs can be a great canvas to add a few Coachella-style accessories. A fringe vest made of imitation suede, round sunglasses and cowboy boots give your combination of t-shirt and shorts a bohemian flair and are at the same time a wearable Timberland fashion inspired by Coachella.
11. White Top and Palazzo Pants
Printed palazzo pants give every outfit a touch of boho chic. Wear a white v-neck that goes with everything and brown sandals with ankle straps. Wearing a white t-shirt and palazzo pants feels like wearing a college t-shirt and sweatpants, but is a much more elegant alternative.
A gold mesh cuff bracelet gives the pants a hint of pizza, while a backpack allows you to mix prints with the pants. Do you see how the orange in the backpack matches the color of the pants?