Inspired by: Hippie Chic at the MFA

Inspired by: Hippie Chic
In 3 months, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston's newest fashion-inspired exhibition, Hippie Chic, will open to the public, July 16-November 11.  Based around designers of the 60s & 70s, paisley, beads, tie-dye, fringe, and more will be showcased in 50 ensembles. The MFA sent me over some sneak peeks and I clearly got inspired...
Woman's ensemble (3 parts), Roy Halston Frowick | Halston, circa 1970
Silk velvet, tie-dyed
Woman's Jacket, Barry & Yosha Finch, 1970
Cotton, velvet, nylon, polyester, plastic
Dress, Thea Porter, circa 1970
Printed silk plain weave, cotton embroidery
  
Images via MFA

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4 comments:

  1. Soooo looking forward to this exhibit at the MFA. Iam all up in the boho look. Flowy maxis and peasant tops in loud prints, very forgiving with the bebe bump!

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  2. hippie chic! love it. seems like something I'd be into checking out

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  3. oh my goodness, that fringe bag is amazing. Fabulous post, love. If you get a sec, I'd love if you could enter my latest giveaway. I'll be announcing three winners! :)

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  4. That sounds awesome! I can't wait to go check it out :)


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