Bohemian Fashion it’s an official trend, It has reached a high peak again. In this post, we are about to see a stunning guide to bohemian fashion. This trend gained popularity back in the 1970s. When I think of Boho looks, I automatically imagine gipsies, nomads, and refugees. The modern age is all about romantic, free-spirited and creative style. There are lots of great garments and accessories that can be incorporated into your everyday looks. Keep on reading to find out more about this trend.
The first thing to know is layering. It’s a must-have necessity. Before adding any layers, you should consider the clothes you will be layering. This might be pretty tricky, but you should follow a simple technique: all garments have to be in various lengths. For instance, you can wear a waist-length top and pair it with a high-low skirt and sexy leggings. Or you can simply wear a printed T-shirt tucked in high-rise denim cut-offs completed with a plaid shirt tied around the waist and a khaki olive jacket worn atop your tee. Speaking of colours, then you might like to wear earth-tone apparel. I am so in love with earthy hues, like cream, brown, green, olive, black, and white. Of course, not all of us favour earth hues, that’s why there is no problem with wearing bright patterns. Make sure to choose colours that ideally suit your skin tone and hair colour. If there is any age to follow, it’s the 1970’s. Keep an eye on hippies, disco parties, and urban images. As you can see, people admired fringes, suede, flared pants and knitwear. A Boho look is all about comfort, so you should not be afraid of wearing oversized, relaxed and loose-fit clothes. Think of maxi gowns and skirts. Or you can try on your boyfriend’s clothes, utility jackets, and baggy coats. The Boho look is all about fun and loud prints. You can go from mixed prints to colourful matching sets. I almost forgot to mention statement accessories. We all know that gipsies are in love with statement jewellery and accessories, so you better use chunky necklaces, bracelets, sunglasses, and rings to complement your fingers, wrists, arms, necks, ankles and even head.