Boho Style with Sole Society

Thank you to Sole Society for sponsoring today’s post!

Boho is short for bohemian and typifies a style of dress inspired by the lifestyle of free spirits and hippies of the 1960s and 1970s. I think I’m drawn to the boho style because I was a child in the 1970s. Although I would not classify my style as a free spirit or a hippie! Haha!

Boho style is characterized by long flowing or tiered skirts and dresses and peasant blouses. I think it’s fun to work boho into a look with other trends as well, rather than wearing the trend from head-to-toe. That’s a little much for me.

Kimonos have that boho feel and they are definitely having their moment in the fashion world. You can add them to dresses, jumpsuits, shorts, and jeans.

Boho Style with Sole Society This colorful floral kimono has hints of gold throughout and a fringe hem.

Boho Style with Sole SocietyHow fun is this round satchel handbag? It has a removable crossbody strap and plenty of room for the necessities.

Boho Style with Sole SocietyThis Carima espadrille wedge is so comfortable and cute!! I’m wearing the taupe color and they have limited sizes in this color but they also come in 3 more colors. They also have great reviews!

Boho Style with Sole SocietyBoho Style with Sole Society Boho Style with Sole Society Boho Style with Sole SocietyFoil Kimono//Palermo Satchel//CARIMA Tie Espadrille Wedge//Earrings//Jumpsuit (I’m wearing a small)//Necklace

This is another kimono I styled from Sole Society.

Boho Style with Sole SocietyTropical Print Kimono//Panama Hat//Handbag//Sunglasses//Block Heel Sandal(TTS)//Jeans (Just Black, they are from Stitch Fix)//Earrings//Necklace//White tee (similar here)

Have you added any boho to your wardrobe?

Make sure to check out all the cute shoes and handbags from Sole Society!

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  1. I’m also a 70s child, but neither a free spirit or hippie LOL but I love a good Boho dress in the summer especially. Love the Kimono style also its a great way to elevate jeans and t-shirt. Your Beauty for the Heart was spot on for me today! thank you.

  2. The second picture was such a great outfit, and I think the Panama hat pulled the look together…along with the cute sandals, earrings and purse! Cute look, but not for someone with short hair. The hat is a must for this outfit. 😀

  3. Oh my gosh!!! So adorable and such a subtle way to add that particular look to your wardrobe! Thank you!!!!

  4. Love the kimono over the jumpsuit and I just LOVE the sandals. Great outfit and you look soooo cute. Do you have link to jumpsuit?

  5. I like the kimono with the jumpsuit. It looks like pants and a blouse. I don’t think it would look good on me since I am only 5’ 2”. I think it looks fab on Cyndi.

  6. I love kimonos, and the one you’re styling is very pretty. However, I don’t really care for it over the jumpsuit. I initially thought you were wearing sweatpants with the kimono. Ha! You still look very cute!!

  7. I LOVE the black floral kimono! I’ve been wanting it since you first styled it a few months ago but can’t pay $50 for a kimono, plus shipping costs. Hoping it goes on sale!

  8. You sound somewhat negative about the “hippie” and “free spirit” nature, and almost like you need to make excuses for wearing the “boho” styles. What’s up with that?

    1. Please do not read into that. It’s not a style I wear all the time but I think it’s cute. Because it’s not my style does not mean I don’t like it.

  9. I LOVE TO SEE YOUR STYLES, HOWEVER IT IS DEPRESSING TO SEE HOW MUCH THE ITEMS COST THAT YOU WEAR. THEY ARE VERY CUTE, BUT WAY OUT OF MY RANGE

    1. Deanna I style outfits at all different price ranges, If it’s out of your price range, my hope is you get ideas that will help you style what you have or are willing to pay,

  10. I agree just a little boho.. cute outfit. I wouldn’t have thought to put a kimono over a jumpsuit. I think I need to add at least one kimono to my wardrobe.

    1. Agreed! I wouldn’t have thought of that either. Gives me a great idea for the black jumpsuit that’s been hanging in my closet for two years!

  11. I love the slide shoes at the beginning….i have issues with this style of shoe though as i feel like i “clomp” when i walk….do you feel that way or do these not do that?

  12. I love to incorporate some boho into my wardrobe and I am obsessed with the pretty maxi dresses and scarves from Spell and the Gypsy Collective – actually, they have pretty skirts and kimonos too! Anything feminine and flowy is my favourite …

  13. What a fun outfit! and those shoes – love!!! I agree about a little boho – I think a little goes a long way 🙂 I think the kimono look is so pretty, but as a vertically challenged person they look silly on me, but I do like them.

    1. Sharon I too am vertically challenged. I have found some shorter kimonos that look great. Keep looking you will find one!

    2. Sharon….I’m 5’3″ and I found shorter kimono’s at Loft. They do sales ALL the time and things go to their clearance fast too.