Boho style is all about unconventional fabric pairings and layering that often create a flowing, formless silhouette. Originating in the 1960s, Boho Chic is now back in style.
The renaissance of Boho occurred in 2005 with influential celebrities such as Mary - Kate Olshen, Kate Moss or Sienna Miller. From the older generation, Jane Birkin, Ali McGraw and Janis Joplin describe the epitome of Boho Fashion.
Bohemian style is characterised by ethnic tribal accents such as beads, feathers, fringes, Aztecor Middle Eastern prints, which generally define a more carefree lifestyle.
Would you like to be a Boho Diva? The good news is that this style is ageless and timeless. Boho clothes can be worn by all ages, sizes and shapes. What's more, this fashion style is very easy to achieve because the more effortless it looks, the better!
So be brave, improvise carefree and feel divine. Let's start the bohemian journey.
The start is simple - buy a basic white blouse - it will go with everything. You can try flowing, asymmetrical skirts first and match them with your basic white shades. Wide belts will also work well with the ensemble.
If you're more daring, try experimenting with layers. The more asymmetrical the layers and the more unconventional the silhouette, the better. Pair them with gladiator sandals or knee-high boots - you'll have an artistic and original look.
Wearing a boho dress will always make you look very feminine and stylish. Whether it's a date or a holiday by the sea, they are perfect for any occasion. A long, flowing, floral dress without shoulder pads or a sheer lace dress. If you want to cover up a bit, use a bohemian print scarf.
Imagine yourself with long, tanned hair, standing on the beach watching the beautiful sunset. The subtle ruffles of your dress and your hair ruffle in the wind. It's a perfect view.
What about the leggy divas who love mini dresses. Although the bohemian style is more about draping and long fabrics, you can still flaunt it in minis.
Embroidered, with ethnic patterns or flowers. High collars or low shoulders. There's something for everyone. Paired with knee-high brown suede boots and matching lace cardigans, it will look fantastic.
Instead of a mini-dress, you can also try oversized, Aztec print coats and the same knee-high boots.
Some women just can't do without pants. But what if they want to dress boho. Well, that's fine. You'll never find anything more comfortable than boho pants.
Like harem pants. The soft cotton will caress your skin. And Indian patterns or embroidery with mirror details, diamond shapes will amuse your eyes.
You may prefer elephant or mandala patterns, Arabic motifs, peacock feathers or solid colours with large pockets. A solid colour can be cut from a dense silk, which will give you a very bohemian and chic look.
Or perhaps you prefer baggy linen pants in a solid colour. These are the most comfortable. Try classic hippie wide-leg trousers or printed flared trousers.
These would be long-sleeved, soft knit or lace cardigans, preferably in white, dark navy or brown in any shade.
So let's go shopping right now!
It's time to buy your own boho style clothes! The above list is just a guide. True Boho is about being yourself. So get creative with prints, textures, accessories and layers! Feel happy and carefree with your body and you will definitely rock.