Boho is short for bohemian, it is a style inspired by the “free spirits” or hippies of the 1960s and 70s. Drawing on various bohemian and hippie influences, it is a style of clothing that has made it’s way back into modern days.

This look is perfect for summer and, contrary to what people may believe, is not only for teenagers. There are many ways to take inspiration from the boho trend and give it a classy spin that will have you looking like a woman and less like a teenager trying to emulate a Bob Dylan fan.

Here are a few outfits I have put together for inspiration. You will notice flowers are some of my favourite patterns for this trend, as well as bright colour details in accessories.


Outfit 1 – The classy boho chic girl

Shein Dress (£12),  Kohls Necklace (£10), H&M Hat (£15), Macy Shoes (£38), Vintage Bag View Post

Fidget spinners are the next big trend in schools and I know that my teacher friends are already getting annoyed with them being used in classrooms, but did you know that although they’re marketed as a stress-reliever for children who have learning difficulties and also a good idea for children who have ADHD, they’re not just for children? Fidget spinners can be a great distraction and give you something to do with your hands if you’re trying to break a habit such as smoking.

They look like a simple contraction but in fact, you can do all sorts of tricks with a fidget spinner. They can be spun on your fingers, on your nose if you have the skills or they can be stacked on top of each other. There’s plenty of YouTube videos showing how to do some of these tricks if you wanted to learn more. If you fancy getting your hands on one of these fidget spinners, you can get yourself one for free by simply going over to the fidget spinner giveaway on the Simply E Liquid website.