The recipe for summer joy: love, peace and hippie-style.
The original concept of the hippie movement originally was against the strict rules of the establishment of the 1960’s. Freedom, love and an open mind were the main features of the flower power generation; flowers and peace signs became the strongest symbols of the movement. It was crucial to get rid of all of the restraints of the actual rules of society and to show that also in the way of clothing. Do whatever you feel like, wear whatever you want, that was the credo of the hippie-style. Super short mini dresses with extensive flower prints and batik tops with flared trousers, fringed leather vests and jeans with holes, as well as flowing maxi dresses with Ethno patterns – the range of different stylistic elements was limitless.
Modern flower power look – hippie dresses by Ana Alcazar.
Be an eye-catcher at all costs and don’t get lost in the mainstream – that’s what dresses in the new hippie style can do for you – even today. Of course the look is a little more discreet and a little less loud in the 21st century, but the variety of designs and the many different combination possibilities are still obvious. The hippie-style dresses by Ana Alcazar will remind you of the flower power movement and of strong women with equal rights who went their own ways also when it comes to style and styling. Come with us on a little journey through time, right back to the hippie-era on this page: Discover colourful fringe kimonos, electrifying Ethno dresses, summer tunics with extensive flower prints and tender lace dresses.
Hippie-style dresses – combine as you wish.
You would like to know how to combine hippie-style dresses by Ana Alcazar in the best way? – Well, why not take it all? The hippie-style is just like heaven for a fashionista who wants to wear the whole range of accessories: long necklaces, rosaries, bangles with feathers or flowers, opulent earrings, leather, gold or silver, or a bit of everything, especially with maxi dresses or a jeans look, there’s a clear statement: the more the better! And don’t forget a pair of round sunglasses in a John Lennon style, the trend of the summer 2016! Of course you also have to wear something stylish on your head: a big floppy hat will keep you safe from the summer sun, whereas tender flower ribbons – or (even prettier) corollas with real flowers are absolute must-haves for the festival season. And now: Here comes the sun, that’s why it’s about time to Let the sunshine in!