Youthful artistic expression seamlessly merges with bohemian chic
photography by Tiffani Jones • wardrobe styled by Taylor Irby
set design and styling by Lisa Malott • hair and makeup by Alyssa Yoder of Moxie Salon and Dayspa
Welcome to a world of uninhibited impulse, bold and colorful patterns of behavior, and a strong sense of self-expression and whimsy. Let’s explore a world where bohemian influence and youthful inhibition collide. Surrounded by a climate of varying hues, textures, and patterns, the essence of true bohemian style has never been more effectively embraced than by that of a child. Unconventional in all its ways, the bohemian style in its definition lends itself to open hands fueled by the imagination and creative energy of children.
This summer, allow your little ones the liberation of choosing their favorite separates and accessories while undergirding their choices with solid essentials such as a classic pair of denim shorts, an Oxford shirt, or a linen dress. Let’s slip on some sandals (or ditch the shoes altogether!), and take a walk down Belmar Street as we discover the depths of youthful artistic expression in Lakelander fashion.
KEIRA (BMG Models)
striped blouse – Nordstrom
jean shorts – Ross
head scarf “Flamingo Tracks” – East of These
bangles – Simple Vintage/ Scout & Tag
denim dress – DKNY
script Oxford – Old Navy
bangles – Simple Vintage/Scout & Tag
infinity scarf “Birds of a Feather” – East of These
harem pants – model’s own
embellished tank – T.J.Maxx
blazer – H&M
Oxford – Janie and Jack
jean shorts – Levi’s
shoes – Naturino
bow tie “Munn” – East of These
wave print top – Gap Kids
denim shorts – Gap Kids
tennis shoes – Old Navy
Let’s explore a world where bohemian influence and youthful inhibition collide.
suspender dress – TOTM kids, button-down tank top – Crazy 8, sandals – Baby Gap, bow tie “Mr. Morton”, East of These
button-down shirt – Old Navy
faded jeans – Ross
infinity scarf “Ruby Ridge” – East of These
Unconventional in all its ways, the bohemian style in its definition lends itself to open hands fueled by the imagination and creative energy of children.
dress – H&M, sandals – Ross, copper headband – East of These, bangles, Simple Vintage/Scout & Tag
dress – Marshall’s, boots – Skechers, leather bow headband – East of These
dress – Gap Kids, scarf “Chato” – East of These, sandals – Ross