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Flaunt the Boho Fashion Look This Season

Updated on July 17, 2016
Crystal Canyon Necklace | Multi-layered western-inspired necklace featuring bead and stone accents. Adjustable lobster clasp closure.
Crystal Canyon Necklace | Multi-layered western-inspired necklace featuring bead and stone accents. Adjustable lobster clasp closure. | Source

Flowing skirts, loose tops, earth colors, leathers, dream catchers, flower crowns, and everything with a mysterious, gypsy, and yet classic touch; these are the trademarks of the long revered fashion trend we've come to identify as bohemian.

Bohemian is basically a term used to refer to the people who live in Bohemia, which is a province in the Czech Republic. When it comes to fashion, this is a general term that is used to refer to counter culture people, who don’t follow the old Bourgeois ways. It’s more a term for people who love to live in their free-spirited ways, in their style, traveling around, wandering, and wearing dressing styles of their own choice.

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“After years in utter darkness, I force my eyes into the light. For I must retain my sight, that I might view the wholeness of the void, objectively.” ― Justin K. McFarlane Beau - Spellbound Tie Dye Kimono | Source

In today's culture, Boho fashion is probably one fashion statement that never grows old as the seasons pass, and if this is the very first time you are hearing about it, then surely this article is the right one for you. Read on below to learn different exciting ways on how you can flaunt your “Boho Chic” look this season.

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“Food is music to the body, music is food to the heart.” ― Gregory David Roberts David Bowie Tunic | Source

Before we dive into the trends you can flaunt, you should know that Boho fashion is all about wearing loose tops, embroidered baggy blouses, maxi skirts, dresses, loose jeans, or flared trousers, huge sweaters, tunic T-shirts, denim shorts and caftans.

FP One Valentina Maxi | In an ethereal silhouette, this printed maxi dress
FP One Valentina Maxi | In an ethereal silhouette, this printed maxi dress | Source

Maxi Dresses and Skirts

Maxi skirts generally refer to long skirts that have a breezy flow to them. They have free flowing hems that easily touch down to your ankles. These prove to be a jazzy and comfortable style for people who love to dress casual, yet make their style position known to people around them. This dressing style helps to add an elongated body figure, at the same time it gives you a chic and trendy look. Usually, such fabrics are light weight and airy. They move with the body with soft twirls and windswept movements. Boho dresses such as these add a sexy yet subtle definition to the body. Not all are figure fitted, but they tend to accent certain aspects of the figure.

Denim Super Flare | Exaggerated denim flared jeans and Peasant Top
Denim Super Flare | Exaggerated denim flared jeans and Peasant Top | Source

Boho Tops and Denim Jeans

Denims are definitely a universally smart outfit choice for people who love to appear casual yet trendy. The best way to wear this look is by grabbing any denim jeans you have that are slightly boot cut and topping it with a bohemian peasant styled shirt. You can pair any bohemian top with any different denim options, such as frayed shorts, skinny jeans, faded jeans, flared jeans, denim vest, denim skirt, or wear a rugged, vest to add a glamorous touch to your fashion style.

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This hand made gemstone key chain is oozing Mermaid charm. Detailed with a sun burnt orange agate and turquoise chipped beading and wood beads. | Source

Accessorize Your Fashion Statement with Boho Elements

Boho fashion is not just about wearing loose, flowy, and tunic inspired dresses. Today you can come across different accessories that work as the best choice for people who want to add a Bohemian touch without actually dressing in a gypsy styled manner as those who covet the look often do.

One of the easiest ways to achieve the boho look is by incorporating layers of different accessories to your outfit. They say accessories make the outfit, and with the bohemian look that is most definitely true. In Boho fashion, you can mix different accessories that have a gypsy or a vintage touch to them. You could use accessories such as chunky jewelry, huge rings, belts, hoop and chandelier earrings, bangles, long necklaces, sling bags, huge sunglasses, bracelets, floppy hats, feather clips, and so much more. The trick is to layer in such a way that you look stylish not gaudy. A few well placed pieces added to your outfit can transform a bland look into one of the most revered trends of the season.




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