The New Bohemian

It’s been hot in Los Angeles for the past few days.. And when it feels like summer, of course you gotta dress like summer! 😉 I recently made an off shoulder tribal print shift dress that I had so much fun making as much as wearing it. The colors are so vibrant and perfect for a good summer weather. Coming from social design background, I was one of those designers who didn’t just struggle designing with prints but also hated them. I’ve always felt like they all look the same to me. I used to admire my fellow designers so much and ask them “how do you do it?” because I can barely tell the difference. Now that I design for casual dresses, I surprisingly fell in love with prints as well. Picking prints is definitely all about you. How does this print represent you? How does it make you feel? I am currently in love with ethnic neon bohemian prints and dark floral grounds. I am planning to make more printed outfits the next few months so stay tuned for some inspirations! Here’s a mood board that I made below to help you see the new bohemian trends.


Last Sunday, I had brunch at the Yellow House Cafe with a few girlfriends where we met up to plan upcoming new projects for our blogs, road trips, concerts, runs and events that we would like to be a part of this year. This is a really cute coffee/brunch place in Los Angeles where they have a really cute spacious patio to bring your lap tops and work. I took a few pictures inside the cafe where you can see how well coordinated the interior decoration is!


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What do you think about ethnic prints? Hope this inspires you to be bold and wear them as much as you want. The brighter the colors are, the more fun it is!



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