If we’re being honest, boho style is one of those aesthetics that never truly goes away. Sure, you may associate specific motifs, silhouettes, and details (floral prints, maxi dresses, and embroidery, to name a few) with the style. However, there are some things inspired by the styles once associated with the ’60s and ’70s that have filtered through into today’s biggest trends. Case in point: prairie dresses and Western details.
Perhaps today’s boho outfits no longer look like those that were seen at Woodstock, but it’s safe to say that some of the biggest bohemian-inspired trends have made their way to the surface of the fashion industry. Whether it’s exaggerated ruffled collars or an elevated take on fringe trim, there’s a new way fashion girls are sporting bohemian style right now—and it’s good.
Ahead, check out how It girls are putting together chic bohemian looks. Even if you don’t think boho style is for you, these looks might convince you otherwise. And for those of you who do, don’t worry: There’s a fair share of floral prints and embroidery here.
Style Tip: One of the easiest ways to sport a boho look is to add a printed kimono over your already-chic ensemble.
Style Tip: Give a romantic bohemian-inspired dress a cool flair with unique, crystal-embellished heels.
Style Tip: Big collars are the micro-trend that keeps getting bigger. Style yours with straight-leg jeans, classic pumps, and a simple scarf to give the old-school trend a modern feel.
Style Tip: You don't have to feel like you walked out of a Western film to wear fringe. Style a fringe-trim jacket with a simple pair of jeans for an easy, everyday ensemble.
Style Tip: When in doubt, opt for a floral dress with a woven handbag to take the boho trend head-on.
Style Tip: You can always sport a long-sleeve, floral-print dress with easy thong sandals. Add another level to your outfit with an animal-print purse for a updated take on the trend.
Style Tip: Layer an embroidered shift dress over a puff-sleeve blouse to create a look that looks undeniably boho but still feels modern.
Style Tip: A shirred prairie dress will feel romantic and comfortable. But if you want to nail the look down, style it with ankle socks and sneakers.