Boho Style in Modern World
The term «Bohemian» has appeared in French as one of the names of Roma that lived in Bohemia, (area of modern Czech Republic) in the Middle Ages. The term appeared in France in the first half of the 19th century and became very popular after the appearance of a Henri Murger collection “Scenes from the Life of Bohemia” in 1849. Bogema – an eccentric lifestyle that characterized a certain part of the artistic intelligentsia, theatrical and literary circles, and figures that live on unstable incomes. Representatives of this class lead a carefree way of living.
Boho style has been actively developed from 2000. The first accents were made in London and America, but its echoes can be found in 60’s. This style has collected a number of cultures: hippies, vintage, ethnics, handmade, gypsy style. A free cut clothes, colorful boho skirts look like a hippie, but the people that prefer Boho style are promoting a slightly different way of life. Women look more feminine, attractive, and there are no drugs, hippie music and free love. This style is directed inside the human: growing creativity, personal individuality, and a sloppiness in the look is not the denial of fashion.
At first glance, it is very easy to dress a boho style. You just have to wear a casually stretched knits, combine several ruffled skirts of natural fabric, and add a variety of accessories. But if you look deeper, the purchase of clothing made from natural fabrics sometimes is more expensive than the purchase of synthetics. But to wear a”negligence” you need a deep work on wardrobe. Clothes should not look expensive. In a world that is ruled by labels, street fashion is very fleeting, and we produce more than we can recycle. Thinking about Boho looks, you should look inside yourself, and with the help of accessories and colors display your daily mood. Women want to be creators, creators of own lives, so choose the style of “free artists”.
The Most Common Clothes
- free blouses made of natural fabrics: batiste, cotton, silk, linen;
- ethnic embroidery and ornaments;
- free long skirts with laces;
- ornate embroidery, beading, lace, ethnic lace;
- expensive clothing can be accessories and shoes;
- large bag with big capacity;
- fur vests and ugg boots for cool weather.
Celebrities That Prefer Boho Style
Kate Moss, Sisters Olsen, Helena Bonham Carter, Johnny Depp, Iris Apfel, Vanessa Paradis, Kirsten Dunst, Nicole Richie.
Designers that work on Boho style: Vivienne Westwood, Kenzo, Anna Sui, Myrine, Artka Lee. Boho you can also meet in collections of Dolce Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli, Blumarine, Balenciaga, Etro, Roberto Cavalli Ralph Lauren.