7 Boho Street Style Outfits from Vanessa Hudgens You'll Love ...

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There are so many awesome street style outfits from Vanessa Hudgens.

If it's not her official title, I nominate Vanessa to be called "Boho Queen." Her street style is effortless, chic, and classic all at the same time.

Honestly, I would love the chance to raid her closet.

I think I'd have to borrow just about everything!

Check out some of my favorite boho street style outfits from Vanessa Hudgens.2

1. Lace + Maxi

Lace + Maxi

Lace is one of my favorite things to wear because it's sexy and sophisticated.

Since it's such a statement pattern, I'd pair it with solid colors like a classic black maxi.

Black and white ALWAYS look good together because it's timeless!

You'll definitely look and feel like a boho queen in this ensemble.

This is just one of many street style outfits from Vanessa Hudgens.

2. Crop Top + Denim

Crop Top + Denim

Boho looks can be really simple and still be as chic.

Add a cute belt to your denim cutoffs and pair it with a printed crop top.

The boho vibe is all about accessories - necklaces, bracelets, rings, you name it.

So, don't be afraid to layer all of those things on.

For shoes, I'd go with some combat boots but you can swap them for classic converse or some ballet flats.

3. Floral Maxi

Floral Maxi

You can never go wrong with a floral maxi.

You can find some on us.asos.com I would pair it with a bold-colored top to add some contrast and make the outfit really pop.

To complete the whole boho look, don't forget to add a floppy hat.

That's Vanessa's signature look.

4. Festival-ready

Festival-ready

Unfortunately, the summer music festivals have come to an end this year.

But, that doesn't mean you can't start planning your outfits for next year.

Vanessa always keeps things simple and chic - denim cutoffs and knitted crop tops are always a good idea.

You can accessorize with beaded necklaces, bracelets, hair feathers, etc.

Which music festival would you wear this outfit to?

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