Step one in creating a flexible wardrobe is to determine what style you desire. Vacationers of the outdated world “Banjara” have been gypsy wanderers, who needed to be different and lived life on their choice set of rules, creating traits and not following a social boho lifestyle and clothing is predicated on the various gamut of cultures and patterns with the archetype of blending and layering clothes, prints and colours. Earthy aware designs, upcycled classic materials, traditional handloom prints and weaves, the choices are infinite. Mix and match Indian chikankari tunics with cutout ragged denims! Georgette tunic dresses as seashore cover ups, or use the white shift clothes for yoga and meditation, adding on equipment like the earthing malabeads and copper bracelets, in search of nature and connecting to mother earth.