How to Rock the Boho Style in Winter

The effortless boho look typically connected to warm weather, floaty fabrics, and light florals. But you don’t have to give up the carefree vibe just because the weather is nasty. Here’s how to style the boho vibe, even when the calendar says “winter”.

Embroidered details

Embroidery is a classic boho detail. Bring it into the winter on heavier fabrics and longer sleeves.

Johnny Was Embroidered Sharkbite Nomi Tunic

Johnny Was Embroidered Sharkbite Nomi Tunic

Johnny Was Long Sleeve Floral Embroidered Blue Top

Heavy Kimonos

While we think about chiffons and light cottons when it comes to kimonos, you can rock this boho favorite in the winter in heavier fabrics like velvet, a luxe choice.

Johnny Was Velvet Peacock Quito Kimono

Karen Kane Velvet Burnout Contrast Kimono

Mixed Print Dresses

The Boho style is a master at print mixing. For the winter, choose moody and muted colors.

ModCloth Poised Perspective Shirt Dress

Ronni Nicole Black And Purple Paisley Placement Print Dress

Bell Sleeve Silhouettes

If you’re struggling to bring your whimsical wardrobe into the winter. Try bell sleeves for a take on your free-spirited style.

Tiana B Smocked Sleeve Knit A-Line Dress

Vince Camuto Tie Neck Bell Sleeve Chiffon Dress

Peasant Tops

Minimal in tailoring and construction but often beautifully and elaborately decorated, peasant blouses span seasons.

Lucky Brand Border Print Burgundy Peasant Top

One World Tassel Peasant Nightfall Top

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