How to Pull Off Fall and Winter Bohemian Style

Bohemian style is pretty typical to warm weather since fun patterns, flowing cuts and bright colors all scream “summer.” But, there’s no need to shy away from the trend once it gets cold. It’s definitely possible to pull off fall and winter bohemian style, and here’s how.

1) Tunics

Tunics normally come with shorter hemlines, so if you’re going to rock this trend in December, you need to make sure your legs will be kept warm. Pair printed tunics with leggings or skinny pants and fall boots to make this look work this season.

Bohemian Tunic DressesLeft: Clover Canyon “Russian China” Tunic, $295; Middle: Free People “Eye on You” Tunic Pullover, $128; Right: Free People “Modern Chinoiserie” Tunic, $148

2) Paisley Prints

Keep the bohemian vibe going into the fall by trading the floral prints for paisley ones. Instead of spaghetti straps or backless dresses, opt for the ones with long sleeves to keep you comfy. You can pair shorter dresses with tall boots, even thigh-high boots for winter, so your legs will be covered.

Bohemian Paisley DressesLeft: Clover Canyon “Kosack” Paisley Dress, $229; Right: House of Harlow 1960 “Cadence” Dress, $195

3) Tiered and Fringed

If you want to dress things up a bit, incorporate fringe and tiered fabrics into your bohemian wear. Fall-appropriate colors like black, white, grey and beige are great options for dresses that have a more formal look.

Bohemian Tiered DressesLeft: Free People Tiered Lace Mini Dress, $300; Right: Nightcap Clothing Fringe “Raglan” Dress, $396

Finish your fall or winter bohemian look with scarves, wraps and layers of accessories! And don’t forget to have a nice coat or blazer handy so if the air gets too chilly, you can always cover up.

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