The French-Girl Way To Wear The Bohemian Trend

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We’re all largely familiar with both bohemian and French-girl style. While one is characterized by gauzy, flowy pieces reminiscent of a free-spirited nomad, the other is defined by effortless and unfussy ensembles. With arrival of summer and vacation vibes that come with it, there are a slew of floaty silhouettes and embroidered designs that radiate boho vibes. However, the current crop is more elevated and polished, steering away from gypsy-like prints and piles of figure-drowning layers—a result that seemingly combines the two emulated styles. Ahead, three fresh ways to wear the boho trend and tips on how to don it like a French girl.

Adam Katz Sinding

The New Boho

A billowing maxi in a tie-dye print is a refreshing alternative to oversized floral or paisley frocks. Accessorize with tasseled gladiator sandals, a neutral clutch and gold cuff.

Gold-Plated Bracelet

$150

Arme de L'Amour

Jen Clutch

$220

Kayu

Gladiator Lace Up Sandals

$189

Soludos

Tie-Dye Dress

$189

Zara

Balance a fitted off-the-shoulder top with a loose trouser in a solid hue. Keep the extras simple so as not to compete with the bohemian embroidery via sleek tortoise sunglasses and a neutral sandal.

Melrose Milk Tortoise Sunnies

$98

Sonix

Irenee Ankle Strap Sandal

$80

Steve Madden

Wide Leg Culottes

$80

Warehouse

Geometric Knit Off-The-Shoulder Top

$504

Peter Pilotto

Give the boho look an unexpected cool-girl spin by teaming a romantic ruffled blouse with vintage-inspired denim. Elevate the whole look with bright suede pumps, a sleek cross-body bag and statement earrings.

Romy Suede Point-Toe Pumps

$595

Jimmy Choo

Small Shoulder Bag

$20

H&M

Straight Joe Jeans

$60

Mango

Sunbelt Drops

$34

BaubleBar

Lace-Trimmed Silk-Chiffon Blouse

$390

Needle & Thread