The Bohemian Rocker Reloaded


During this time of year some of us fold and began to let go of that thing called style. We tend to layer up so much with heavy garments that we forget about presenting a complete look. Along with warmth style can play a part. Pictured is a bohemian debonair look, displaying great and easy style idea for the approaching cold weather.

For this look I decided to take mixed metal and leather pieces and pair them with masculine tones and shapes.

I started with this vintage Maya Mexico mixed metal cuff, circa 1950s/60s. This bracelet features a popular pre-columbian motif. From there everything came together easily.



One thing about my style process, I focus on one piece and build the look from there. Which can be as easy as a bracelet.

To mesh with the bracelet I included a Italian made metal embellish leather belt.



Incorporating another bracelet was also a good choice for the look. In my spare time, I tended to create jewelry pieces I would like to wear but will also appeal to a variety of audiences. I combined this brass fist with a leather strap to make a wrist adornment.



I also added a distress leather wallet with chain attachment. I took away the chain and kept the leather strap to give the wallet a little more character, staying away from the monotony of traditional wallets.



Also in the mix is a pewter raven charm on a leather necklace and gold tone wayfarer style sunglasses with mirrored lens.



The final touch was completing the ensemble with a funky bomber style jacket.