What is the “bohemian” look?

In the fashion world, the term “bohemian” is often used to describe a style and attitude associated to being free spirited, independent minded and hippie- chic. Think eclectic, relaxed, and ethnic styles. You can get an idea of what hippie- chic is by looking back to the late 1960’s, early 1970’s and flower child fashion that became popular during that time. Vintage jewelry and fashion has also been associated to the boho look. Beads, fringe, wood and bone materials, flowy and layered clothing, that do not necessarily have to match, are more examples of boho fashion. One good idea is mixing wooden bangles together with bracelets made of other materials like beads or charm bracelets. Boho style lets you make use of your creativity to put together a unique style that is truly all your own!

Here’s some ideas from Indiverve:

copper and wooden earrings

long bone necklace

wooden leaf earrings

black and white beaded striped belt

Visit: http://store.indiverve.com to shop these items and more!

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Indiverve offers a variety of vibrant products ranging from trendy clothing and accessories, alluring jewelry, and eclectic home decor- all with an ethnic flair. Keeping the idea of modern femininity in mind, we strive to uncover some of India’s hidden gems for the shopper to enjoy. Indiverve was founded in 2011 by a small group of entrepreneurial minded people. We strive to embody the values of a social enterprise and are proud of the fact that we offer luxurious and contemporary, yet affordable products purely made in India. View all posts by Indiverve

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