What is Boho? It is a short way of word “bohemian”. This name came from unconventional french artists in the 1930s as a way to distinguish themselves from the french middle-class. Because this class did not support their values. The bohemians created their own style, conscious living and image “seek simplicity” of the bourjois life.

Bohemian fashion is not only influenced by the bohemian worldview. Majority people think that it started from hippies culture. But it started in Paris and also derives from the bohemians in Czech Republic. Since these two Boho movements melted together, their style of clothing fused, leaving us with spirituality, mystery and with a beautiful mix of colours, designs and fabrics.

The boho style soon gained an ethical, open minded touch, embracing influences from other cultures (organic life, living in nature and etc.).  Today it is known for its individuality. For example inspired by the lifestyle and traditions of free spirits and hippies of the 1960s and 1970s. The style hit an all-time high in 2005. Boho icons are: Sienna Miller, Kate Moss and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. 

These women began to trend ethical fashion: organic linen, flowered dresses, linen kimono, linen fabric, women’s cowboy shoes. Woman boho fashion now is more extravagant and wild. With huge piece of light fabrics. Linen clothes become more and more stylish.

If you are going to organize Boho wedding, you need to note few tips:

- For Boho bride should know that for bohemian bridal gown, flower crowns or piece of organic linen  detail are wedding essentials. 

- Boho weddings incorporate an eclectic mix of natural, rustic, and vintage details into the design. Or even raw food.

Boho style is layered with texture, prints and plenty of free-spirited prettiness. Natural and organic details are needed.


Interesting facts and Boho people thinking about the living and world:

-  Money and success is not so important as humanity.

-  Boho people have a creative fashion, design and outlet.

-  Bohemian is individualism. Follows their own idea of art, community, politics and style.

-  Distinct visual differentiation – clothing, home, relationships. All that could be seen, was (on purpose) visually estranged from the bourgeois.