Style.com is already christening spring's major look as "nouveau boho."
I suppose it's accurate; what else would you call looks like these?
Left to right: Balmain, Roberto Cavalli, D&G.
But honestly, didn't Sienna wear all these things two years ago? Is it already making a comeback? I guess we should have seen it coming after the original trendsetter, Mr. Ghesquiere, did this for fall:
Maybe I'm just cranky because I hated the boho thing the first time around. For me, I'll take "polished" over "artfully disheveled" any day of the week.