Bohemian Fashion(519 items)
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Lovely design and warm & comfy timeless classic
The neck and shoulder design of this sweater is really lovely and the longer curved hem with the coordinating design looks slimming. The colors are beautiful and coordinate well with jeans, navy, ivory, gray pants and more. I wear this sweater with an ivory turtleneck as well as a white collared shirt and both look great. The fit is comfy and the fabric is soft and very warm. This sweater will be a timeless classic in my wardrobe and I only wish it was available in lots more colors. I highly recommend this sweater.
Bought this for a Christmas gift for a friend and she loves it very much. The blue colours brighten up her skin and she looks amazing
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When asked about any challenges to overcome, I would say that I never have any obstacles. I think I do what I can do and don't force things that aren't ready or things that I cannot do.'
Popular Bohemian Fashion
Light Blue Embroidered Viscose Blouse, "Jaipur Chic"$47.99
Enzyme-washed viscose in sky blue provides a backdrop for the stunning embroidery on this blouse from India's Anchal Ahuja. The dark blue embroidery adorns the sleeveless top's keyhole necklace, back yoke, and hem. A drawstring at the waist allows you to adjust the fit as desired. The artisan adds wooden beads to the ties at the neck and waist for bohemian flair.
Long White Embroidered Caftan from India, "Lucknow Lily"$49.99
Elevated from the everyday, this long caftan epitomizes relaxed style. Shalabh in India creates the V-neck caftan dress from pure white cotton that has been embellished with traditional embroidered floral motifs. Lace trim at the split hemline completes the design.
Long Handwoven Burgundy & Blue Ikat Cotton Duster Jacket, "Kartini Burgundy"$109.95
By Ully, this long, open duster jacket is woven by hand in burgundy and blue using the ikat technique, in which the threads are tie-dyed before placing them on the loom. The Javanese artisan names her design Kartini, for a beloved pioneer for women's rights in Indonesia.
Due to the hand-dyed and handwoven nature of ikat, patterns or position of motifs may vary from garment to garment, making each a unique work of art. The overall color scheme will remain the same.