Bohemian style and outfits are actually grounded in an idea to have the freedom to the layer and to combine various clothing items that will reflect your character. Even though the emphasis is mainly on a wide use of the free-flowing patterns with very light fabrics, it isn’t to an exclusion of everything else. Actually, when we talk about boho clothing adding fitted (like stretch vest top and leggings), hardly serves to emphasis looser cut of any other items. Obviously, the oversized outfit is a must.
To keep up with the natural tone of earth-loving ethos, some of the natural materials include fabric for the boho chic style. Cool linens, light cotton, and hemp are good alternatives and fabrics that emphasize floaty ethereal appearance, including lace, chiffon, or silk. The semi-natural look of faux fur also adds more to your style, and, suede and leather are a fabulous choice for jackets and coats, boots and shoes, and accessories like bags and belts for this summer fashion.
Emphasis on the natural tone also has impact on the main color choice for boho dresses. The autumnal earth tones like rich tan, deep browns or charcoal black are present, with the cool neutrals such as delicate taupe and beige, white and cream making one of the best appearances. However, that does not mean the bright colors will be left out altogether. By adding a touch of radiance with the jewel-toned hat or scarf will make the real statement, and giving an impact to natural contrast of other tones.
One defining feature of boho clothing is its layering. You are wearing the combination of various clothing items, and with emphasis on overall layered effect, instead of drawing more attention to a particular article. It means you have to choose the clothes that will match well, and without one article stands out. Besides choosing plain clothing, you have to ensure that your patterns are subtle and small.