Some of you have likely guessed already that “Boho” is short for “Bohemian”. This unique style comes from the over two centuries ago when Bohemian jewelry, clothing, and overall art style rose to popularity in Europe. It is most commonly associated with artists, intellectuals, writers, and people who prefer to live on the road in an almost nomadic-like manner.
The key visual characteristics of Boho fashion are that it’s made to feel open, free, and natural. The Boho style doesn’t’ work well with constraints of any kind and it’s meant to express your inner uniqueness and individuality.
- Boho style rings. Boho rings rarely include expensive precious stones but instead typically use accessible semi-precious gemstones. Raw gemstones are also a popular material in Boho jewelry, featuring gemstones that aren’t polished or cut into specific shapes but kept in their natural shape.
- Boho style bracelets. There really is no limit when it comes to Boho bracelets – whether you want to stack a layer of small bracelets, or pick out a large, statement bracelet. Friendship bracelets, which typically feature handwoven patterns out of fabric, are also a popular type of Boho bracelet.
- Boho style necklaces and pendants. Similar to bracelets, Boho necklaces offer limitless possibilities. Natural materials like leather, semi-precious gemstones, beads and string are common.
- Boho style earrings are also quite rich and colorful, and typically oversized. For example, take a look at these ethnic Tribal gold earrings which feature beautiful texture and stunning color combinations.