Boho fashion is carefree, liberating and all about embracing your arty and earthy sides. Boho has actually been on the fashion scene much longer than you’d expect and while it was super popular in the 1960s and 70s, boho is still a fave fashion trend for fashionistas, hipsters and many more.
We love that boho style is big on patterns, textures and colors. The perfect trend for a fashion refresh.
Trying out new fashion styles can be a super fun way to reinvent your look,but where do you even start? Here are our top 3 tips for getting Boho fashion inspiration.
Take the Insyze style quiz
When you sign up to Insyze, take our style quiz and you’ll get outfit recommendations based on your personal style from our amazing Insyze stylists. So if you told us that you’re into boho, you’ll get super cute boho fashion inspiration from sustainable, ethical and female-led plus-size brands.
Check out the boho dresses edit, create a collection with your faves or get style tips and advice when you start a chat with our Insyders.
Get on Pinterest
Pinterest is just the best place to get inspiration for literally anything. From creating mood boards for new room decor, sharing affirmations or finding out cool life hacks, we can spend sooo long on the platform. This is also true for getting boho fashion inspiration and what’s better is that the pin is automatically linked to the store so you can easily find the item and add it to cart.
Follow boho influencers on Instagram and TikTok
Influencers, bloggers, vloggers and tiktokers play a huge part in inspiring not only our fashion choices but also probably a whole lot more. That’s why checking out what your fave plus-size influencer is loving right now is a great way to find out about new brands or your next favorite trend.
Some of our absolute favorite plus size influencers who are absolutely killing the boho look are:
Laurel Dickman @laureldickmanwrites
We can literally spend hours scrolling through Laurel’s stunning Instragram feed that is all about the boho through a progressive feminist and body positive lens.
Heather is the “cute fat lady ‘bout town” that is not afraid to mix up patterns, textures and fashion eras to create a style that is completely her own.We love to see it!
Jessica Chesney @jessicachesney
We love Jessica’s coordinated looks that are relatable and that we can also recreate. Bright injections of color bring the outfits to life and we love to see her personality reflected in the way she dresses.
The Bigger Blog @thebiggerblog
Josine’s Instagram feed goes from boho chic to preppy glam in an instant and we are so here for it. We adore how using pastel and neutral tones gives her style a timeless look.
How do you find your fashion inspiration? Are you a fan of the boho trend? We’d love to see how you style your looks, share them on the Insyze app where you can also chat with other plus size fashionistas and exchange fashion tips.