The gypsy chic look that is the backbone of the boho trend is rooted in Latin tradition. And as bohemia continues to reign in fashion, the influence of Hispanic design grows stronger. Some of the industryâ€™s most coveted designers have Latin heritage, like Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera, who sprinkle their runway shows with bold colors and glitzy trimmings. And many of our celebrity style icons celebrate their Hispanic heritage through their clothing, like Salma Hayek and Jennifer Lopez. Speaking of whom, even though sheâ€™s really not â€œJenny from the blockâ€ anymore, J.Loâ€™s clothing line is in keeping with the fundamentals of Latina fashionistas: body hugging fits, larger-than-life jewelry, and intricate detailing. Check out her JLo by Jennifer Lopez line to spice up your work wear or to keep it comfy and casual. Find the line at macys.com. Or, if you want to go high-class, check out Robert Rodriguez at bergdorfgoodman.com.
JLo’s strapless dress is salsa-ready, to dance the night away… or to just sit sipping a margarita.