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Loose, airy and long, the maxi dress is a common staple of most bohemian women's wardrobes.
The Czech province of Bohemia was a center of political, religious and artistic discord starting in the 1500s. As such, it became associated with unconventional ways of dressing and thinking.
Flip-flops and sandals are both common footwear for bohemians, but the beauty of the style is that anything goes.
Bohemians aren't scared of bright colors and wacky patterns, but they also enjoy natural tones.
Boho dressers love adding unique details to any ensemble, so go wild with embellishments!
Unless you work at a super strict "suits-only" law firm, chances are good that your employer won't mind your boho look, especially if you're in a creative field.
If you like the bohemian style but want to make it more modern, simply mix and match trendy and eclectic pieces to create your own look.
Although they share similar philosophies, traditional hippies and bohemians boast their own separate movements in completely different time periods and locations.
"Moulin Rouge" (the 2001 version) tells the story of bohemians deep in the heart of the Montmarte disctrict of Paris in the early 20th century.
Most bohemians embrace any and all jewelry and accessories when putting together an outfit. Headbands, toe rings, leather bracelets and fine jewelry are all fair game.