|Bohemian style-- sometimes called "boho" or "boho-chic"-- has its roots in the hippie and folk fashion trends of the 60's, which drew influence from nomadic European and gypsy clothing trends of the 19th century.|
Whatever the current incarnation of boho style, it consistently represents romance and an artsy-craftsy, ethnic, unconventional laid-back-ness. These days, 'boho chic' can apply to hippies, beatniks, gypsies, goths, and any number of other free-thinking counter-cultures. Boho fashions are embraced by folks expressing an unconventional artistic lifestyle in a modern world.
Currently, the style is characterized by billowy, floaty skirts and dresses usually made from natural materials like linen and cotton, floral patterns, unusual combinations of prints, boots, cropped jackets, sweaters, and roomy bags. The look is loose and layered, organic and earthy. Beads are often used to decorate jewelry, purses, belts and anything else.
The look is hotter than ever, popularized by many celebrities, and is constantly evolving.
For more unique Bohemian Clothing, boho jewelry & Accessories, please visit our sister site: TheWorldCloset.Com. Here you will find more fabulous boho fashions, including Chic Bohemian Tops and Tees, Chic Boho Dresses & Gypsy Skirts, and more eco-friendly hippie clothing from Papillon Clothing, Papillon Eastern Imports, Angie, Temptation, Nolita, World Wildlife Fund, Sacred Threads, Putumayo & beyond!
Don't tame your free spirit, celebrate it!