We are loving the plus-size boho clothing vibes that we're seeing on Instagram right now. Boho clothing goals don’t get much better than the queen of boho: Tallulah Moon, a plus-sized bohemian hippie queen who lives in Northern NSW in Australia and inspires you to be body confident and beautifully dressed (or completely naked, if you prefer!). We are low-key obsessed with her Instagram feed and her carefree, boho style.
In this blog, we share beautiful plus-size boho outfit inspo. We feature Tallulah Moon and other plus size bloggers and our favorite size-inclusive and plus-size brands.
Featured Image: Tallulah Moon
So what exactly is boho style?
Boho is short for bohemian, and is a style of dress inspired by the lifestyle of free spirits and hippies of the 1960s and 1970s. These days, boho style is often layered and comfortable, characterized by long flowing dresses or skirts, peasant-style blouses and ethnic designs. Embroidery and embellishment with simple jewelry and accessories all complete the look of a boho beauty.
Not sure if your style is considered boho? You can take our style quiz and if you are leaning more toward boho, you will get weekly recommendations on plus-size boho pieces.
Symbology Cherry Blossom Maxi Wrap Dress
When searching for the best plus-size boho dresses, look no further than Symbology. Their divine range of dresses are a must-have for any boho wardrobe and are super flattering if you're plus size and want something loose-fitting to wear. We love that this sophisticated and elegant Cherry Blossom Maxi Wrap Dress is available in a variety of rich colors including Emerald and Gold as worn by @StyleEthic.
Dani Marie The Label Diana Dress
Dani Marie The Label brings the romantic boho styles in sizes 14 - 26 and we are obsessed! As an ethical plus-size brand, Dani Marie produces clothing in small batches and uses only natural fibers and recycled materials where possible. The beautiful Diana Prarie dress in a dreamy paisley print is so versatile and we love that it can be worn on or off the shoulder.
Leah Dress in Oat Linen
Another must for plus-size boho clothing is going for natural fabrics like cotton or linen. These two fibers, especially linen, are breathable, which means that they are perfect for the summer heat. Check out the sleeveless Leah dress from Altar Houseline which was made from 100% deadstock fabric.
Village Thrive Woven Bucket Hat
Take it back to nature with boho accessories. But if you’re not ready to go full-on flower crown, then why not choose a natural seagrass sun hat just like this Village Thrive Woven Bucket Hat.
Village Thrive Avery Day Tote Bag
Complete the look with a cute natural bag, like the Avery Day Tote, also from Village Thrive. The casual style bag is great for every day; from shopping with friends to a day at the beach.
What To Look For When Shopping For Plus Size Boho Clothing
When you are shopping for plus-size boho clothing keep it natural and floaty. Go for loose-fitting or baggy styles like wide leg, maxis, or Bardot tops and stick to natural fibers.
Earthy tones like browns, oranges, greens, pinks, and creams are perfect for creating that boho look.
Plus Size Boho Bloggers We Love
Janea Brown is a New York based plus-size blogger whose lifestyle and fashion are true bohemian city vibes. Plants galore, neutrals on deck, and so much more to love!
Renee Marie is Coachella in a person. She is always looking effortlessly chic, stylish and photo-ready. Her plus boho looks are amazing as well as her casual everyday clothes - you definitely won't regret following!
Utah based curve model Amelia has a minimalist, boho style that will have you copying outfits all year round! Her professional photos are also a great addition to any IG feed.
Sarah Jane is a Sydney based boho Queen who not only posts fabulous outfits but keeps us entertained and supported through her video content and real personality on her profile.
Laurel is a San Francisco based body- positive writer and plus-size boho style icon! She has a number of looks that can be easily emulated with the help of her fashion inspiration.
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