Fun, funky, free spirited Bohemian fashion and lifestyle are on ever so popular, now more than ever. Patchwork skirts and hippy pants, embroidery caftans, colorful medallion, paisley prints and chunky bead jewellery are everywhere. With a surge of design styls and celebraties ramping up its popularity, bohemian hippy chic fashion is known for its earthy roots and chill vibe.
Nomadic "Banjara" bohemians were gypsy travellers, who dared to be different and lived life on their own set of rules, not following a social norm. The boho lifestyle and clothing reflects the diverse mix of cultures and patterns with the characteristics of mixing and layering clothes, prints and colours.
The boho style sees Vanessa Hudgens donning a cute cutout maxi dress in tiedye at the music festivals, Boho is always chic and casually elegant. Isabel Lucas wears the colorful bohemian sari mini skirt with a white tunic tucked in at the waist.
The renaissance of this trend has moved onto a “hippie-luxe” style with fashion designers Roberto Cavalli, Anna Sui creating bohemian luxury style collections flowing with passion and tranquilty through tumultous layering and colorful designs. The dreamy bohemian fashionista plays with panelled skirts, soft flowy caftans, embroidered cotton tunics and earthy stonewashed hippy pants.
The ultra modern Bohemian grounds herself to Mother Earth and radiates confidence and positive energy. The style rejoices in the romance of original tribal art with pure cotton and ethical fabrics. Recycled saris made into skirts and dresses, the fun and playful look is easy to accessorize and make the Boho look your own statement.
Street style bohemian can be dressed up or down, the gauzy Indian printed maxi is good for both the warmer and cooler months. Wedges and a hat for the summer or add a denim jacket and boots for a cooler days. The authentic red patchwork design skirt and pants contrasts with the bold black tank, mixing bohemian with urban.