La Vie Bohème: How To Get Karen Elson’s Dreamy Aesthetic

Karen Elson’s easy, breezy sense of fashion and music consistently has us fantasizing about the carefree and creative time of the 60’s and 70’s in Laurel Canyon. This sense of California dreaming has begun right in time as the soil begins to thaw, the warmth of spring creeps in–with brand new clothes hitting stores just in time. This season, channel Elson’s bohemian spirit in floaty sundresses, dusty florals, and relaxed denim. Direct to consumer brand Doen has everything you will want to fill your wardrobe once the flowers bloom, with a heavy focus on simple separates to fill your wardrobe with. For a perfect spring look, Brock has made the perfect corset that you can take from an early breakfast to the dance floor– pair with Pamela Love’s moon ring for witchy, Stevie Nicks. For the chic take on athleisure, try on Chloe’s floral cropped top and Balmain knit shorts. For more ways to get Elson’s style, click through.

Photo by Hans Neumann, styled by Caroline Grosso. Produced by Biel Parklee. Hair by Sabrina Szinay for Kevin Murphy at The Wall Group, Makeup by Marco Castro at De facto. Photography Assistant: Basil Faucher.

Doen, Rosemary Dress. $148


The Row, April satin sandals, $795,


Pamela Love, Reversible Moon Phase Ring. $2,200,


Brock, Tabitha Escapade SilkBlend Top, $1,590,


Khaite, Vanessa High-Rise Skinny Jeans, $320,


Saint Laurent, Loulou 95 leather mules, $695,


Chloe, Floral-Print ruffled cotton cropped top, $700,


Balmain, Stretch-knit shorts, $720,


Bottega Venetta, Intrecciato leather slides, $620,


Thierry Colson, Raffia ruched cotton-blend voile dress, $875,