Style on a Budget: Hippie at Heart

hippie
I feel most like me when I am…

Walking barefoot…
Air-dried hair…
Minimal to no makeup…
Comfy clothes…
Off the shoulder shirts…
Yoga pants…
Sun on my skin…
Hiking with my dog…
Long hair flowing…
Free spirited…
Soul enchanted…
Mind captivated…
Bohemian…
Offbeat…
Dancing to the song in my head…
Creative…
Creating…
Reading…
Dreaming…

a hippie at heart.

Now-my definition of hippie is all those words above. No weird drugs, no smoking things, no peace signs. I simply know that my God designed me as a free spirited young woman with the desire to dream, cultivate, create, and be at peace. The closer I get to God, the more I love Him, the more I become comfortable with myself in my most natural of states.

While I love dressing up for different occasions, I feel most like me when I am in my comfy, boho, hippie attire 🙂

Psalm 119:165 says:

“Great peace have those who love your law.”

My love of Jesus and my growing relationship with him has brought so much peace into my life. The peace to break free from some lifelong insecurities (attempting to look like someone or be someone I’m not), and the peace to simply be who I was designed to be.

I challenge you today to be yourself…grow closer to God and find peace in the marvelously made girl He created you to be.

Get The Look:

My cozy, comfy look is easy and effortless to achieve and is perfect for a day at home, a day of errands, a coffee date, or some Christian Yoga!

-Black yoga pants: $10 at Kohl’s
-Red bralette: $3 on sale at Urban Outfitters
-Grey long sleeve off the shoulder top: This shirt is from the brand “Thread For Thought” which is made of organic cotton, and the company donates to charity & promotes a cleaner environment.
-Necklace: From The Yellow Polka Dot, where all products are hand made by two 12 year old girls that I adore. The necklaces range from $15-$22 and are handmade especially for you.

Let your hair dry in the autumn breeze, keep the makeup minimal, and enjoy a day at peace with God as you are a hippie at heart.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Great post, well written!

  2. Sierra Faith says:

    Love this post!!!!! Thanks Rachael!
    Rachael I really like that little saying at the end!!! “all good things are wild and free…”

  3. nissaprizzi says:

    I feel the same way! Love how you connected your closeness to God with the freedom to fully be yourself! So true!!

  4. Jnana Hodson says:

    You got it. There were many other aspects to the experience than the ones that form the stereotype. And there are many positive aspects that continue without the hippie label.

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