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200 Years of BOHO Fashion

Bohemian style has, for over 200 years, been an exotic alternative to the accepted fashions of a given period. Generally associated with artists, writers, and intellectuals, bohemian culture incorporates various clothing styles from around the world, as well as historical costume.

This style consists of loose, colorful clothing and has been known as boho chic, hippie style, and Aethetic dress. With their long flowing hair and rich, though threadbare fabrics, bohemians standout in a crowd representing a colorful counterculture based on creativity, poverty, and an indifference to social structures and traditions.

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Boho Fashion History

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Artistic, relaxed, liberated..

 

Bohemian style is more than just a fashion trend - it's an actual culture in its own right, one that comes with a very specific ideology and complicated history. While it's closely associated with the hippie fashions of the 60's and 70's these days, bohemian fashion is part of the mainstream culture. But fact is, boho fashion actually started out as a counterculture back in the 19th century. Today, the wide variety of boho clothing and accessories make the style an actual phenomenon, one that follows the lines of effortless, relaxed fashion, with its loose-fitted clothing items, casual accessories and overall artistic, creative mishmash of elements.

The fashions labeled as bohemian represent the lifestyle ideology that comes with it: an alternative to the traditional way of dressing, paired up with an equally alternative, more liberated lifestyle and a social stance against everything from materialism to society's constraints.Bohemian Style

Article source: The Pearl Source

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Monday, August 19, 2019, 12:10 | No Comments »

200 Years of BOHO Fashion

Bohemian style has, for over 200 years, been an exotic alternative to the accepted fashions of a given period. Generally associated with artists, writers, and intellectuals, bohemian culture incorporates various clothing styles from around the world, as well as historical costume.

This style consists of loose, colorful clothing and has been known as boho chic, hippie style, and Aethetic dress. With their long flowing hair and rich, though threadbare fabrics, bohemians standout in a crowd representing a colorful counterculture based on creativity, poverty, and an indifference to social structures and traditions.

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Boho Fashion History

Source: Bellatory.com


Thursday, July 18, 2019, 01:29 | No Comments »

Artistic, relaxed, liberated..

 

Bohemian style is more than just a fashion trend - it's an actual culture in its own right, one that comes with a very specific ideology and complicated history. While it's closely associated with the hippie fashions of the 60's and 70's these days, bohemian fashion is part of the mainstream culture. But fact is, boho fashion actually started out as a counterculture back in the 19th century. Today, the wide variety of boho clothing and accessories make the style an actual phenomenon, one that follows the lines of effortless, relaxed fashion, with its loose-fitted clothing items, casual accessories and overall artistic, creative mishmash of elements.

The fashions labeled as bohemian represent the lifestyle ideology that comes with it: an alternative to the traditional way of dressing, paired up with an equally alternative, more liberated lifestyle and a social stance against everything from materialism to society's constraints.Bohemian Style

Article source: The Pearl Source

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