Boho Vintage Fashion

How was your weekend guys? Sequel has arrived and here we are back to routine, come on then! You may already have read in some magazine sets the term “Boho”, eh girls?! But you know what it means and how it applies to fashion? The term originated from the blending of the words Bohemian + SoHo (cool neighborhood of New York) in the mid-‘ 60. The trendy Boho Chic hippie style mix translates as well the years 60, characteristic with items purchased at boutiques and vintages.

To compose a completely boho look, some pieces as fluid dresses, long skirts, tunics, scrubs, Bell-bottomed trousers and shorts with waist high, are essential. To compose, leather accessories, beads, rings big and wide belts can not miss. Details with pullets, crochet, feathers and stones are also welcome to look, but always coordinating parts bought in fairs, with those acquired in sophisticated shops and boutiques.

The Boho Chic is marked by mixture of hippie styles, vintage, folk and ethnic, and redesigned through the values of well-being and of contact with It is this blend of old and new parts jumble that was presented by vogue there in the 60 and was accepted in such a way that turned this style stripped, free and elegant at the same time.

It may seem a more dogged, stripped. But such simplicity is coldly calculated to look like this: natural and free! One of the inexhaustible sources of inspiration for looks of this style are the music festivals like Rock in Rio, Lollapalooza and Choachella. Among the fashionistas who adopt this style I can only highlight the Olsen twins, the model Alessandra Ambrosio and of course the photographer Yamamoto, advocates of Jenah Boho Chic.