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What is the Gypsy Bohemian Clothing all about?
We’ll find out in this post where we will go through the history of this gypsy look that we all love so much and we’ll understand why it has become a way of life more than a clothing style and it is going to stay.
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What does bohemian style mean?
A lot has been written and discussed about the Bohemian Style. It’s not a trend as you may think, though. It’s more like a state of mind, a way of life a kind of energy. It’s a rejection of the conventional rules imposed by society. All in all, it’s about freedom. And who better than artists can represent this mindset? Poets, painters, writers, and of course stylish with their creative energy and the freedom to express themselves are the quintessence of the bohemian lifestyle.
Obviously, the Bohemian style is also manifested through fashion as a way to express one’s own creativity in the way we dress.
However, it’s not a trend that is going to fade away any time soon. For those who embrace it, the gypsy bohemian clothing style it will continue to be their Manifesto, one of the way to express their personality and way of being.
Colorful floral or geometric patterns, loose maxi-dresses, croquet, round shades, flat warrior sandals, pendant earrings, and rings made with colorful precious stones, are just a few of the bohemian elements.
Where does the Bohemian style come from?
There is a reason why the bohemian clothing style is also connected to the word Gipsy.
“Bohemian” was originally a term with pejorative undertones given to Roma gypsies, commonly believed by the French to have originated in Bohemia, in central Europe.Andy Walker from BBC.com
However, in the late 19th century the concept of gypsy acquired a more romantic tone as more play writers, poets and the artistic community from Baudelaire to Van Gogh characterized bohemian ideals.
The bohemian philosophy never died, on the contrary continued to evolve and adapt with times.
The rebellion from the society conventional rules continue to be the leit motif, just the subject of rebellion changed.
In the 70s the hippie movement embraced the gypsy style, in which natural fabrics, retro patterns, neutrals, and warm shades, and a flair for accessories.
What started like a social movement, though, it didn’t take long to catch the attention of fashion designers and the bohemian clothing style naturally established its place into the world of fashion
A bohemian look is easy to obtain and doesn’t require a huge financial effort. However as always, the original easy-going cheap and convention-free concept evolved into a more sophisticated and high-end style called and the term Boho-chic become mostly used, now almost overrated.
No matter which style you are embracing, whether it is the more sophisticated or the plain bohemian here are the elements that you might want to look for.
- Loose, relaxed fits, slightly oversized
- Various decorative fringe and trims: pompoms, ethnic prints, cozy garments
- Bell, trumpet and bishop style sleeves
- Half-length and three-quarter length sleeves
- Various decorative trims: pompoms, ethnic prints, etc.
- V necklines, off-shoulder cuts
- Mixed print designs
Bohemian style foot wear
- gladiator sandals
- chunky heeled clogs
- embroidered ankle boots
Bohemian Style Accessories
- Fringe, tassels, pompoms and other trims
- Mixed print designs – ethnic, flowery, mixed, patchwork, tribal
- Antiqued finish jewelry
- Textiles with perforated details
- Rattan bags and belts
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