5 Boho Looks From House of Harlow 1960

Elevating your boho look is a timeless way to celebrate the summer. House of Harlow 1960 is the brainchild of the iconic Nicole Richie, which aims to capture the quintessential boho vibe of LA’s fashion scene. With products ranging from dresses to jewelry, Richie’s offering is the epitome of boho chic.

If your summer goal is to up your boho look, check out these five essential pieces in the online shop House of Harlow 1960.

X Revolve Drama Dress

Everything about the X Revolve Drama Dress screams boho goddess. With a wrap-design, flounce overlay, and a soft, golden leaf pattern this dress fits in on the boardwalk on a hot summer day or a fairytale evening with that special someone. Adjustable shoulder straps and an asymmetric hemline make this dress flattering to all body types, with the one shoulder ruffle overlay adding some panache.

Pair this must-have piece with ballet wrap style footwear and gold accessories or swap our your gold for beads and wooden pieces. Keep makeup light and summery to pull everything together.

X Revolve Juniper Top

The X Revolve Juniper Top in cream has ruffle sleeves and a wrap-tie enclosure. This crop top offers ample coverage at the bust while showing off skin at the middle. The crochet lace and eyelet trim at the neckline create a vintage-inspired boho look that you wouldn’t be surprised to see at a 1960s music festival or in a sunny village in Mexico.

To elevate this look to the next level, pair with any one of House of Harlow 1960’s skirts of the same design. Accessories are best kept simple with this top, as to not detract from the trim. Some boho bangles and chunky earrings are all this look needs to be complete.

X Revolve Mirren Skirt

Out of all the skirts that you could pair with the Juniper Top, the Mirren is our favorite from House of Harlow 1960. This classic design is high-waisted and flows to the floor with two front slits for airiness. What sets this skirt apart from the rest is the button front enclosure and light-catching (yet subtle) metallic stripes. This combination is the perfect balance of boho and modern style.

Pair the skirt with metallic gold sandals and a clutch. The high waistline makes this skirt a great option for any of House of Harlow 1960’s crop tops.

X Revolve Germaine Short

If you’re looking to channel your inner boho bliss while wearing something a little more functional, take a look at the Germaine Short option. These high-waisted shorts are 100% cotton for comfort you can wear all day long. With a zipper front closure, side pockets, belted ring accent, and pleats, this piece still captures the boho look while appealing to a broader range of women.

Pair these shorts with any of House of Harlow 1960’s crop tops, or look for a form-fitted, off the shoulder top to capture the essence of days gone by. Switch from flats to heels depending on your desired look and destination.

X Revolve Rose Dress

This gorgeous, full-length piece in a soft and supple blue offers a high-fashion look with the comfort of a favorite blanket or scarf. Fully lined, this dress offers a crochet overlay and knotted fringe edges for a true boho look that you won’t want to take off. This piece is a must have if your summer plans include any weddings or galas. The coverage of this dress makes it office-friendly without being frumpy.

Pair this look with natural elements, such as wood and cork. Tan, nude, and gold accessories go well with this soft shade of blue. Keep jewelry to a minimum, so your accessories don’t attract from the intricate design on the dress.

Whether you’re strolling down the boardwalk or heading to the latest VIP event, you can’t go wrong with boho looks from House of Harlow 1960.