What Is A Boho Bag? - The Bohemian Bag definition
BOHEMIAN JEWELRY, BAGS AND ACCESSORIES
When aiming for the bohemian look, the jewelry and accessories you sport are just important as your clothing. From turquoise bling to headbands and from perforated bags to fringe and tassels, here are the main types of accessories and jewelry you need in order to curate an all-boho wardrobe.
Bohemian accessories are pretty easy to identify. As a simple rule, anything that’s plain, basic and simple is probably not bohemian. Firstly, if you are looking at a handbag or a pair of shoes that feature trims, pompoms, tassels and fringe, perforated elements, appliques and embroideries, ethnic prints and patterns, then chances are you have discovered a boho treasure. Moreover, anything that comes in streamlined silhouettes, structured cuts, classic designs or elegant lines is a big departure from bohemian style. As for the fabrics, natural is best when it comes to picking out bohemian accessories, and that includes canvas, leather (including good faux alternatives), linen, rattan, wood, rope and so on.
Moreover, prints and patterns are one of the most typical bohemian elements when it comes to accessories like handbags, shoes or headwear. From Mexican prints to tribal African patterns and from ikat to Turkish, Persian or Moroccan details, the range of boho-infused accessories is gorgeously inspiring.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN BOHO BAGS
- Fringe bags
- Perforated leather bags
- Unstructured totes an shoulder bags
- Ethnic print drawstring bags
- Embroidered backpacks
- Natural fabrics, genuine or faux leather and suede
- Beaded clutches with boho trims
- Canvas bucket bags in folk prints (Moroccan, Mexican, etc.)
- Trims like tassels, lace and pompoms
- Macramé bags
- Patchwork bags and clutches
- Rattan bags
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