Bohemian fashion is all about expressing yourself with a free-flowing sense of mind, combining garment styles from vintage, hippies, gypsies and exotic cultures.
This is where many women do wrong style-wise. Let me explain…
It’s a pretty casual outfit style which many women tend to over exaggerate, resulting in looking like a homeless street beggar. They either put on too many layers that their body size can’t handle or simply combine clothes in a way that says that they have absolutely no sense of fineness! It simply dampens the whole hotness of bohemian fashion.
The newest and fetching bohemian fashion style is simpler and not least, modern. Take a look at these 5 tips on how to achieve a boho yet chic look:
Combine different garments on top of each other, starting with a basic tee, cardigan or sweater that is short enough to see the tee, jewelry and a scarf on top. The trick to staying stylish with many layers is to mix both fitted and loose pieces in one to balance out the look. Another note is to avoid piling on too many large and long layers. Basically, if it drags down your frame or draws attention away from your face then you know that there’s something wrong with your layering.
Inject Your Personality
Bohemian fashion is about wearing vintage and exotic garments but at the same time combine those with pieces that are YOU. Avoid dressing like a hippie or gypsy from top to toe. It’ll only look like a funny costume and people won’t take you seriously. By adding a little bit of personality you’ll look modern and chic! Blend boho fashion with your own signature style.
For example if you like classy garments then pair your paisley print tunic top with pearls and black pumps. Or if you have a little bit of diva in you just like Nicole Richie, then it doesn’t hurt combining luxurious-looking accessories such as heaps of gold and diamonds, or maybe a glamorous designer bag.
Use Earthy and Rich Colors
The bohemian fashion color palette is earthy, rich and rustic. Examples are: khaki green, off-white/cream, black, brown, deep purple, teal, mustard yellow, terracotta, tomato red, and metals such as gold and silver.
Bring Back The Past
The bohemian fashion concept revolves around wearing something unique. Vintage clothing and accessories are perfect examples of what unique fashion is. So I suggest that you implement “grandma” elements into your outfit with for example a floral scarf, lace details or perhaps a distressed-looking leather bag.
Explore our global community
The thing about boho fashion is that it’s very rich and expressive, so that’s why exotic details complement the look. Examples are: handweaved scarf from Peru, enameled cuff bracelets from India, paisley prints, etc.