It’s no secret that at Insyze we absolutely adore the bobo fashion style. From gorgeous boho dresses, kimonos, peasant blouses and everything in between, we simply can’t get enough of the carefree boho vibes. So if you, like us, are always looking for the best places to buy boho clothes, we've got you covered. See our top picks for where to get your modern boho style fix or, for even more boho inspo check out our guide to some awesome boho clothing brands.
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From the get go, we set out to be THE place to go to buy plus-size clothing, discover new brands and find clothes that actually fit you. The Insyze market place lets you do just that from a variety of size inclusive and plus-size only brands. You can also create collections of your favorite items or see our top boho picks in our edit.
What’s more, at Insyze we are passionate about sustainable and ethical fashion. As well as supporting independent brands and those that are minority or women led.
When it comes to boho fashion,for us, sustainability is key. It’s big on natural fibers and reworking preloved and vintage items. One of the best ways to do this is to hit up your local thrift store. It’s perfect for finding a bargain or unique piece to add to your boho closet. Just be sure to check the sizing and try on as much as you can before buying.
We bought a super cute tartan/plaid skirt at a vintage fair recently and despite sizing up thinking that it would definitely fit, we made the rookie error of not trying the skirt on so when arriving home, guess what - it didn’t even go on!
Not sure where your local thrift store is? No problem, you can also find great pre-loved finds on re-selling apps like Vinted or Depop, the Facebook marketplace or dedicated online plus size consignment stores.
Check out these amazing boho brands right here on Insyze!
By using up deadstock fabric that would otherwise end up in landfill, the sustainable and ethical clothing from Altar includes super cute flowy boho dresses and skirts.. The US made clothing is perfect for everyday or for a weekend away.
When we think of boho fashion, we’re drawn to easy-to-wear, flowy styles and that’s just what you’ll find from Dani Marie. The timeless pieces are designed to be closet staples for years to come and we love that they are also ethically made.
Natural fibers and working with local artisans in Bali are key elements to creating the range of vacation ready pieces at Village Thrive.
The hand-made accessories and kimonos shine a light on Bali’s culture and crafting and we love the natural, earthy boho vibes in the neutral tones and abstract designs.
We are head over heels about the dreamy bags from Jodi Lee.
Inspired by the beauty in nature, music, art and the people around us, the boho bags are ethically handmade and we love Jodi’s gorgeous hand painted designs and use of symbolism and gemstones.
For even more boho clothing brands, check out our guide.
Where do you go to buy boho clothes? Let us know by joining the conversation on Insyze where you can chat to plus size fashionistas, share your outfits and get style inspiration.