Bohemian Culture and how to Dress more Boho-Chic

Bohemian Culture and how to Dress more Boho-Chic

What do you know about bohemian culture and style? Bohemian culture has become the center of a movement to encourage free-spirited and creative behavior across the world. It is all about expression and acceptance. Bohemian style is more than just a fashion trend, it's a lifestyle that dates back to the 19th century.

The history of Boho Style
The word "Bohemian" was used in France to describe nomadic gypsies that migrated from Bohemia and were known for their unusual clothing. Gradually this term was adopted to describe people who choose to experiment more freely with their clothing. And now it defines someone with a more artistic nature with a superior fashion sense.
As the style evolved through time, the designers of the early 20th century took bohemian fashion to the next level, creating a variety of intricate patterns for both fashion and interior design that featured paisley, swirls and lush floral prints.

How to adopt a Boho Chic style
The aesthetic embodies the idea of dressing freely and expressively. Try more floral button-up T-shirts and long flowy ruffle skirts. Prefer floral patterns, tye-dye shirts and lots of stripes. Go for a maxi dress with colors or a pattern that resonates with your personality. Boho chic can be vibrant colors or earthy tones, depending on personality and preference. Don't be afraid to mix designs and prints.

Bohemian Jewelry Pieces
Bohemian jewelry stands out for its style as it often has a large size and intricate designs. They are mainly made of metal and may have beads, colourfu stones or interesting tribal engravings. Statement pieces can easily be incorporated into any modern look for a more casual, relaxed or chic touch.
Even though the term ‘bohemian’ is now completely different from its original meaning, it still represents a more artistic, unconventional and carefree style of dressing that is a perfect addition to any modern wardrobe.

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