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Fashionista NOW: Rusty Tangerine Dress Style Ideas To Nail That Bohemian Vibe

Halloween’s near and orange is the color of pumpkins. If you’re not up for spooky dressing then why not go carefree bohemian instead in flowy frocks imbued with your favorite glorious rusty shade of orange. Or tangerine. Or burnt red. Or whatever you call it, it’s great!

I chanced upon the look by Monalisha Mahapatra whilst trawling aimlessly on LB as per usual and couldn’t believe that I’ve missed her all this while. The beautiful 24-year-old who is a fashion blogger, model and also a shoe designer (wow!) mesmerized me in all of her OOTD posts that I had to share it on this space! Follow her, if you haven’t already!

So, with Monalisha as the muse, I proceeded to gather other flowy orange dress styles worn by equally fashionable bloggers. I don’t think I’ve ever owned a bold orange dress and seeing these looks has made me pondered if I should get one. Firstly, I love the flowy aspect of these dresses. And orange as a color is pretty darn energetic in vibe that I feel it kind of matches my vibe at present. I’m still looking for that perfect tangerine dress with the boho feels.

If you share the same state of mind as me and in need of a quick inspo on the bohemian-flavored orange dress ideas to maybe be wear for fun or the upcoming Halloween/Diwali, then be sure to eyeball the looks below and enjoy!


Which orange dress speaks to you personally? Share below – I’d love to know!

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