Bohemian Style | How to wear Boho-Chic Fashion
I just love how bohemian fashion can define individual style from whimsical, romantic, hippie to glam rock and vintage – capturing the essence of the wild together with the feminine. We have been influenced by celebrities such as Kate Moss, Selena Gomez, Kate Hudson, Kylie Jenna, Sienna Miller and Nicole Ritchie along with Emma Watson, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and Zoe Kravitz who’s interpretations of boho dressing have taken bohemian style out of the 1960’s and 1970’s and into today.
Bohemian fashion style – also known as “boho” or “boho chic” – has been the fashion of artists and gypsies considered to have originated in Bohemia and largely inspired by the fashions of the hippie movement. The main characteristics of Boho chic style clothing are the use of natural fabrics like linen, cotton and silk or soft weightless fabrics like chiffon and lace with the focus on comfort and individual creative style.
Think floating maxi dresses and boho dresses in natural fabrics and unusual prints and patterns; maxi skirts which can be matched with crochet tops or loose peasant blouses; loosely hanging mini dresses; tunics and kaftans; hippie chic leather bags detailing studs, fringing and tassels; gladiator sandals or neutral ankle boots with fringe detail; handmade Bohemian crystal jewellery with natural stones set within sterling silver designs; vintage style sunglasses perfect for endless summers; and floppy wide brimmed Fedora hats. All designed by Australian labels Auguste the Label, Bird and Kite, Ruestiic, Bohemian Luxe, Lokoa, Poatri and Supa Sundays.
So look like a bohemian goddess, long for freedom, break the rules and follow your wanderlust!