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Bohemian style is more than just a fashion trend, it is a true culture in its own right, a culture with a very specific ideology and a complex history.
Although closely associated with the hippie fashion of the 60s and 70s, today bohemian fashion is part of the dominant culture. But in fact, bohemian fashion started as a counter-culture in the 19th century.
Today, the wide variety of Boho clothing and accessories makes it a real phenomenon, a style that follows the lines of effortless and relaxed fashion, with its loose clothing, casual accessories and its mix of artistic and creative elements.
What about the kimono?
Well the kimono takes again enormously of the dress code of the bohemian culture. Ample, with the colored and often floral pattern, and with the natural fabric of quality (mainly silk).
The kimono, although of Japanese origin, is a piece that can be used for an original bohemian style. The kimono also gives an effect of exoticism and open-mindedness to the world, totally in adequacy with the bohemian culture.
The kimono is more and more used by bohemians because the style given by the kimono is very close to the bohemian style. If you decide to try the kimono, we advise you to combine it with a beautiful flower wreath and costume jewelry to get a hippie chic look.