Do you prefer the non-traditional, non-conformist approach to life, style, fashion, and handmade jewelry? If so and if you aren't already a boho-jewelry artisan, you might want to consider it.
The words "boho" or "bohemian" are most often used when describing someone who does not conform to tradition. This is the case in the way one might act as well as dress, and that is when jewelry and fashion come into play. When we're talking about fashion, the word Bohemian is used to convey an attitude and style that says free-spirited.
Called Boho for short, the Bohemian look is earthy and natural, and sometimes ethnic or tribal. Designs may incorporate leather, stones, ceramic/pottery, wood, natural fabrics, and materials from the earth. Vintage jewelry components may also be included.
You can get a feeling for today's Boho chic look by looking back to the late 1960's to early 1970's "hippie" fashions -- not Mod, you want more of a "flower child" look.
The best thing about the Bohemian look is that nothing has to "match." The pieces should layer well and work together to create classy, Boho chic appearance.
Such creations are often bright and fun, not something you would normally see on a person who prefers a traditional white pearl necklace.
In exploring my Etsy colleague's shops, I found some awesome boho creations that fit these criteria. Check them out, as they are a true inspiration! From top to bottom are:
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