Get ready to fall in love with the best bohemian looks of this year
While clothes shopping with your child could be a joyous occasion, it can also be difficult and downright stressful, too. After all, there are so many decisions to be made. Should you be looking at practical rough and tumble playwear? Or, do you invest in fun party dresses in bright, lively hues that you know your little girl will love? And then there’s the biggest decision of all: What size should you get? Should you select something that fits them now? Or something they can grow into? Sigh. It’s all just so overwhelming! Enter bohemian girls clothes.
Whether it’s a special occasion, or just a regular beach day your tween will look stylish but feel comfortable in bohemian fashion. Best of all, with its trademark soft fabrics, loose elastics and adjustable ties you won’t have to worry about ill-fitting shapes.
You may be new to bohemian fashion so we’ve put together a guide of the top bohemian girls wear trends of summer 2015. Not only will it provide plenty of inspiration, it’ll help you work out what colours, details and styles you love.
Bohemian fashion is all about bold, loud and printed. From leopard prints and paisleys to Kaftan Kids' birds of paradise print , don’t forget to mix up your patterns for a fun, eclectic look.
Expect to see loads of beautifully embellished kaftans this season. We’re loving the intricate embroidery, cute pom poms, beautiful beading, shimmering sequins and dazzling crystal accents.
Come on, it’s time to get groovy! Hippie fashion is boho at its finest – think psychedelic patterns, fringing and cool crochet numbers like the Gypsy Crochet Vest.
If pastels and soft neutrals like cream, white and champagne are a little plain for you don’t worry – playful sun-kissed tones (think cheery pink, zesty orange, lime and cheery yellow) are also proving popular in 2015.
If you’re not a fan of loud, look-at-me hues, you’re in luck because this year is all (well, mostly) about rich and warm earthy tones, like dusty peach, blush, creamy whites and other ethereal tones.
guest blogger - Hayley
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