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How to Get the Bohemian Look

Style icons like Sienna Miller and Kate Moss have perfected the bohemian trend. Now find out how you can get the look!

Be boho chic with these clothes and accessories.
Get the Bohemian Look

Bohemian Chic - Top Trend

If you haven't already noticed, the bohemian look is the hottest trend of the moment. Inspired by gypsies, ethnic patterns and the '70s hippie scene, the boho trend is all about looking like you just threw on some clothes without thinking. African, Indian and Asian prints are combined with western pieces that allow you to mix and match clothes to create your own unique look. It's comfortable, earthy and feminine. But the best thing about the boho wardrobe? It's cheap - just scour thrift stores for cool vintage finds, like beaded tanks, lace scarves and eclectic jewelry.

Bohemian Chic - Get the Look

To be a bohemian beauty, you'll need to put away those skin-tight clothes. Skirts are the star of this fashion trend, so look for peasant or prairie skirts in solid colors (think chocolates, teals and rich burgundies) or ethnic-inspired prints, which you can wear with plain, fitted tanks and flip flops. If you're not into skirts, then pair your jeans with embroidered tops or floaty tunics. And don't worry about overdoing it - bohemian clothes look great with layered accessories so pile on some long necklaces and chunky bracelets, wrap a funky belt around your waist and step out in boots or beaded sandals.

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