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5 Ways To Add Bohemian Fashion To Your Wardrobe

Dawn Schuster

Posted on April 04 2019

5 Ways To Add Bohemian Fashion To Your Wardrobe


Think bohemian fashion trends are best reserved for summers and festivals? Boy, do we have news for you!

From pick-me-up kimonos pulling an otherwise basic outfit together, to high-waisted skirts that keep your style vibes up, a good ensemble of bohemian clothing can work all year round.

The Rags Tribe is a bohemian clothing brand for women founded by Dawn to empower brave women who have been rescued from sex trafficking. All ethical women’s clothing at The Rags Tribe are fair trade and made from handmade cloth.

Here are 5 bohemian essentials to add to your wardrobe:

  1. KIMONO 

    KIMONO

    One versatile boho fashion item that makes any outfit flattering is a free-flowing kimono. It can practically be worn with any outfit making it a fashion staple. Add zing to your wardrobe with this Orange Flower Fields Kimono by The Rags Tribe.

  2. UDANA DRESSES 


    You can’t go wrong with flowy maxi dresses for evenings. They suit all body types and can be paired well with accessories. This tie-dye Emerald & Silver Udana Dress sports earthy tones and is ready to boot for a dinner party.

  3. MAXI KIMONOS

    MAXI KIMONOS

    Nothing says bohemian chic like a maxi kimono paired with boots. If you’re looking at getting those ‘Woodstock’ vibes on with some earthy glam then look no further than this Blue Mirage Set with hand-woven floral embroidery.

  4. BOHO PANTS

    BOHO PANTS

    Boho pants are great for adding an eclectic oomph to your festival attire. They can be donned with a fringe coat for the complete look. Our favourite is the Constellation Unicorn Boho Pants for its bold rustic colours and sequins.

  5. SHANTI SETS

    SHANTI SETS

    Co Ords are trending hard this season and make for a good choice for a casual party scene. They are extremely comfortable whilst keeping style notes high. We recommend Shanti Set by The Rags Tribe with embroidery that is home to the Karnataka region of India.

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