Tuesday, October 14

Obsessions: Bohemian Rhapsody


Bohemian Rhapsody




In 1896, Vogue asked, “What else is Bohemia but liberty dashed with license and freedom from...conventions?” Although they were writing about bohemian living at the time, the same question could also be asked of bohemian fashion, both then and now. This two-hundred-year-old trend has meant different things throughout its history; speaking generally, it usually refers to exotic alternatives to the accepted fashions of a given period. This fall, bohemian style manifests as extraordinary clothes and accessories made from rich suedes and tapestry fabrics, and embellished with fringe, tassels, and embroidery. Break your wardrobe free of convention with these splurge-worthy bohemian finds.

L.

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