Review of top selling boho fashion brands

Review of top selling boho fashion brands

The boho fashion has undergone major changes from the proponents rejecting of the establishment to giving people a contemporary flare. Today’s boho fashion brand encompasses many things from shoes, accessories, bags to jewelry. There are too many brands to fit each person’s needs. The following brands have earned their space in the Boho world with their pictures flooding both Facebook and Instagram.

The brand is a brainchild of two childhood friends. The design seeks to make the vintage designs fresh once again. Each product is thought and personal. The pieces are locally made in California. They don’t ship clothes to people with P.O Box. They sell the collections to any part of the world excluding Russia.

For the Love of Lemons

The brand seeks to inspire women to embrace feminine features. The company offers flexible vacations to its employees to make working in that organization fulfilling.

Emmaoclothing

For every purchase of Emmaoclothing brand, the contribution goes to a family or child in Zimbabwe. The owner identified as Emma is a proud mother of a bouncing baby girl. In honor of her daughter, she has added a crochet line for babies apart from her usual crochet bikinis, dresses, and tops.

LoveStitch

The team at LoveStich is woven together by love beauty, music and culture. They fuse culture, individuality, experience, and passion. Clearly, they intertwine the characteristics of every garment they create. The goal of this brand is to provide affordable but gorgeous style without surrendering quality.

Kivari

About 5 years ago the founder Kiki started out by selling out bags in a local market known as Bali. The Australian brand has created its own Boho-Chic look. They have a fabulous collection of bags. The brand is huge with 100+ stores globally.

Cleobella

The Bali based brand is designed for a free-thinker girl. It brings out the goddess in the individual. The good news is that the brand supports locals within the island to get sustainable income every year. The materials are sourced locally in Bali to make bags and accessories.

Mahiya

The brand has developed true followers. What’s more, it is popular for developing shoes, fringe bags, and wallets and accessories. Lately, Mahiya was awarded the 4th best boho fashion blogs.

Tree of Life

The brand is considered an iconic bohemian brand of Australia. The inspiration for this brands comes from diverse sources like handicrafts from across the globe, other treasures and textile.

FreePeople

The brand features latest trends for women who prefer living free and not afraid to show their lifestyle. They are touted as the best in bohemian fashion. In 2004 the company launched FreePeople.com for shoppers who would love to purchase a little something online.

Spell Designs

The brand’s collection sells out quickly. No wonder the collection is often copied by others. The gypsy-inspired brand was founded by two sisters Isabella and Elizabeth from Australia.

Anthropologie

Anthropologie operates 200+ stores worldwide. The brand is meant for the creative and educated 30-45 old women. The style is meant to give the woman a sense of adventure rather than be governed by what is trending.

Disfunksion Mag

The magazine features some of the best inspirational guides. Besides outstanding images, the hippie magazine has exclusive interviews, bohemian vibes, and mind-blowing interviews.

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Leading companies that make boho fashion

Ever heard of Free People? There are many leading companies making boho fashion around the globe. We want to highlight some of the super popular boho fashion companies. Actually, the companies have their designers working round the clock to produce free-spirited unique collections like maxi dresses, crochet dresses and flared jeans and much more.

 

  • Free People

 

According Business Insider the Free People has consistently maintained a growth of double-digit in sales in 13 consecutive quarters. The CEO Richard Hayne pays tribute to the Free People team. The company’s popularity with Bohemian attire is without a doubt. In the most recent quarter, the company’s sales grew by 14%.

After shedding its junior image Free People decided to target women in their 20s to concentrate on a more mature brand. On the other hand, the sister company Urban Outfitters continues to target teens. I tell you what though the company has mastered the cus

tomer’s needs and brand standing. Free people are unswerving with their social media account, product line, and ad campaigns.

 

  • Aurobelle Ibiza

 

The founder Jane Natascha Naeke inherited her parent’s Bohemian lifestyle. The family made their own bohemian style clothes. The designs are inspired by nature with the pieces handmade in India using old-fashioned block printing techniques. Hot sellers include Indian inspired vintage dresses. Jane’s mom had a vintage shop and an art gallery giving her a head start. Jane lives with the family in Ibiza Spain.

 

  • Lucky Brand

 

Lucky claims they get inspiration not only from denim pioneers but free spirit, beaches of Malibu and a laid-back lifestyle. The company began crafting vintage-inspired jeans back in the 1990s. They create unique pieces that you would love to wear over and over.

 

 

  • Anthropologie  

 

The brand named with a French twist was founded by Dick Hayne who heard the plea of a friend who moved to the suburbs of Philadelphia but could not find something lovable for herself from the shopping choices that were available. The friend was longing for a store that would help engage her creative side. The Anthropologie catered for boho chic. The product is built for 30-45 year educated and affluent woman.

 

  • ETRO

 

Etro is a family run textile company. The boho-chic signature is recognizable in their silk skirts and layered pieces. You can describe Etro collection as vintage, cozy and confident. Needless to say, they have lots of textures, patterns, flowing silhouette and sophisticated embroideries. They participate in fashion weeks like Milan to display their best looks both in vibrant prints and color.

 

  • The Fox and Mermaid

 

The company sources for products around the globe to customize bohemian items in Venice, CA to help you express yourself in true individuality. The products include Boho Chic beddings, jewelry, Quilts and kimonos and much more.

Lastly, fashion is too personal to any woman. Did you know that wearing clothing from a leading company is not the bottom line to looking wow? There are smaller companies that offer stylish picks for ladies but then again they are unpopular because people do not know about their existence. And you know what, such companies may have few stores in the USA and Europe offering amazing Boho-chic stuff.

 

 

 

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