Boho Chic Street Style
Score the hottest looks on a budget!

This season it's all about that boho chic look. The wonderful aspect to this sense of style is that you can look ultra-stylish and it doesn't have to break the bank. Joonbug checked in with celebrity stylist Derek Warburton who shows us, along with model Marisa Juliette, how to score Boho Chic on a budget! This allows you left over money to meet up with your besties for a fab day or night out on the town! Here's what he had to say about scoring high-style on a budget:
An easy way to score that bohemian vibe is with a fabulous headpiece. We love this flower halo by That Madona Girl. Add in some bronzed makeup and liquid liner -- Art Liner by Lancome is incredible and really opens the eyes. This floral dress by Old Navy is a steal --I think it's $10 right now! Add in a fab faux fur vest, such as this one by H&M and you are good to go!
One dress 30 different ways is a stylists dream. Hipknoties is also so versatile and fits every body shape. This color is so seasonal and really warms up the look. Add a cool pair of aviators and a fun bag and you're all set to wow. If it gets chilly at night, put on a chic cardigan. Statement necklace is a fab find from H&M.
Coated denim is a style staple this season. I love this pair by Old Navy. You're getting that high-style look for an amazing price. Add on a statement scarf and tie in the look with the perfect boot! I'm feeling CAT Footwear and their fab selection of boots. You can dress these up or dress them down. Many of my clients complain about wearing high-heels. This way you get a lot of style and you still have a comfortable heel!
Lace and see through pieces are another trend you will see a lot of this fall. If you're going to wear a sheer top, you better have the right bra! Go to a trusted brand like Maidenform. When I have to style big celebrity clients for the red carpet, I know that I'm going to find what I need from them. This black comfort Devotion bra is a wardrobe must that I keep in my stylist kit!
Accent your eye, then go more subtle with the lip. I always tell my clients to use a liquid eyeliner if they aren't fully trained in doing makeup. The liquid liners like one of my favorites from Lancome -- Art Liner is an easy and stylish way to update your look into the holidays. You can do a thin line across your entire upper lid/eye, or accent the outer edges of your upper lid for more of a wow factor.