jeudi 25 septembre 2014

Finding Cheap Bohemian Style Clothing

By Karina Frost

If you are not someone who is comfortable wearing clothes that bind and cut into your body or that look like a uniform worn by all others in your group then you may want to look into more casual, looser wardrobe designs. There is a mode of dress that focuses on freedom of movement and loose fitting garments. Finding the proper cheap Bohemian style clothing for your lifestyle and looks will prove essential to following this trend.

The look is called Boho chic and uses the hippie look of the sixties along with the starving artist mind set. This look can be dressed up or down according to need or event. One of the basic rules is to not overdo your design when getting dressed. Using modern wardrobe basics along with a few distinctive pieces that have unique features helps to achieve balance in your outfit. Overdoing can detract from your image and sometimes make you look like a beggar on the street.

Layering is a major part of this fashion statement. Women can put designs and colors together that normally would not be seen and by adding a sash, belt or shawl pull the designs and colors together effectively. Using a scarf as a belt or headband can alter the entire look of an outfit and adding a jacket can take it from day wear to evening wear in an instant.

Looking for exceptionally detailed accessories to increase your wardrobe and enhance the fine features of your face and body may out to be a daily treasure trove. The most available sources can be found on the internet where hundreds of websites can be found that display pictures of the garments they have available. You may also wish to visit a few more casual sites that offer tie dyed garments and accessories for sale.

There are many local resources available to those seeking a Boho look. Most thrift stores have large stocks of items that have been used by others and found their way into the store. Many items are purchased from estates that belonged to the children of the sixties and contain many items from that era.

Specialty shops also have large inventories of Boho styles to select from. They may also specialize in tie dyed garments and accessories. The clothes and accessories found in these stores may be hand made by the seller or in the case of many internet companies assembled overseas in third world countries. Many are made in China and India.

Another popular resource might be craft fairs and flea markets in your area. Many of these vendors carry garments that are Bohemian in nature. Some are purchased for resale while others have been hand crafted. They feature long flowing dresses and loose cool loungers that can go anywhere. Many of the handmade items are made from other garments or from items that are no longer useful for their original purpose.

Creating your own style from items that are not only attractive but also comfortable can be an exciting venture. Paying attention to your face and body styles while selecting the perfect look can take your wardrobe from special to spectacular with a little research and effort.

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