If you were stranded in the desert and could only wear three things what would it be? Fringe, lace and studs. I don’t know what more I can ask for in an ensemble. My most recent hand bag obsession is the epitome of fringe, studs and everything that is awesomely bohemian. Paired with vintage fabric from India, I couldn’t have dreamt up a better design. Pachamama Bohemian designs very authentic eastern bohemian accessories and clothing. Tunics, kaftans, pillows, purses, necklaces, harem pants, and dresses, Pachamama makes gorgeous bohemian staples and statement pieces. Continue reading
The Neon Museum, Las Vegas.
Over the past year and a half Vegas has basically been my second home. I perform about 4 months out of the year in Las Vegas and just last month was the first opportunity I had to visit the Neon Museum. I’ve always thought Vegas seems to lack history and culture since it thrives on the superficial, but after visiting this museum I had a much greater respect for the city and its roots. Neon sign design is a dying art. The Neon Museum is home to this specific era in time when businesses strived to have the biggest, brightest, and most well-designed neons. The technology, craftsmanship and stories that come with each sign is so fascinating! From the days when horses were welcome in casinos, to the influx of Vegas’ iconic wedding chapels, all of these signs have awesome stories to tell! Continue reading
Something vintage, something blue.
I’ve never been the dream wedding planning type. I don’t really have a specific destination in mind or even a designer dress that I’m lusting over. Much to my parents’ relief, when the time comes I want to keep it small and my dress budget will definitely be under $500. Don’t get me wrong, there are some amazing couture dresses that blow my mind, but I’m just as happy (if not happier) wearing a vintage dress and cowboy boots. Some of my two new favorite companies, Vintage Urban Renewal and Billi Blues have the perfect picks for any bohemian’s dream wedding. Continue reading
Mala beads and accessories for the bohemian girl by Tiny Devotions.
Living a free spirited lifestyle, living your dreams and looking good as you do it is what Tiny Devotions is all about. They make gorgeous mala beads and accessories that represent your intentions, whether it’s for a short term or long term goal. These creative and inspiring team of girls who run Tiny Devotions like to switch their malas from day to day or week to week. “Our Mala beads are so beautiful and different that it would be hard to chose one mala to wear consistently! The boho gals on our team switch it up often, and wear the mala that represents their intention for the week or day. Today some of us are rocking the Full Bloom Mala for opening one’s heart and the Lumination Mala for setting dreams on fire.” Continue reading
Fringe flares at dusk.
What is any bohemian’s wardrobe without a little fringe? I’ve been on a fringe kick for a while now and I literally can’t get enough…purses, boots, tunics, tanks, I have it all. So naturally when I spotted this 70′s vintage fringe shawl from Vintage Urban Renewal, it begged to be added to my collection! And these earrings, I’m in love with ALL of Tory Legg’s designs! This copper is hand forged by Tory herself and has a strand of natural turquoise beads. Absolutely incredible design and quality! And for being the size that they are, these earrings are super light and easy to throw on with any outfit. Continue reading