How To Stay Boho Chic This Winter

As the temperatures chill down and the snow starts to fall, it becomes harder to wear your favorite boho outfits. While the gauzy dresses and flowing tanks may not be the most practical in the winter breeze, there are plenty of ways to keep sporting trendy boho fashion pieces while staying warm and true to your style.

Crochet Knit Hat

When you are rocking your cozy boho chic outfits and wavy hairstyle, you may want to keep your head toasty (while still looking cute). A crochet knit hat is a classic winter piece, but when paired with a comfy sweater of a different knit, provides a look that is warm but still relaxed and bohemian. Krochet Kids makes great, stylish knit hats that also give back. They work to break the cycle of poverty and introduce the buyer to the woman employed to make the hat. Meaningful and chic!

Cozy Sweater Knit

Nothing says classic winter boho more than a knit sweater. Chunky knits, fine knits, fuzzy knits, and other textures galore, whether you like turtlenecks or classic fitted cowl necks, there is a sweater for everyone that can be paired with a variety of rustic pieces in your wardrobe. A cream colored sweater paired with a brown suede skirt is perfect outfit inspiration for your sweater shopping. If you are looking for an ethical piece, try Siizu. 10% of their profits are donated to planting trees, and the pieces are made from organic and eco-friendly fabrics to allow for sustainable production. These simple yet high quality pieces are perfect to dress up or down.


Blanket Scarf

While we may not be able to go out in public with our bed comforter wrapped around us to stay warm, we can rock a blanket scarf in a similar fashion. The blanket scarf is a cozy way to wrap up and look cute in the cooler weather. They come in a variety of prints, from plaid, or in solid colors. The ones with fringe add an extra boho vibe, and look great casually draped around your shoulders and wrapped up just right. The bigger and thicker, the better.

Thicker Flowy Pants

The bohemian pant is not out for winter, it just is not the warmest. To fix this problem, trade in your favorite gauzy harem or palazzo pants from summer and fall for a thicker harem style. Knit harem, jogger style pants are still bohemian in nature, but can be styled in a variety of ways from casual to formal. Similarly, if you aren’t a fan of the jogger or harem, a velvet flare leg pant can be styled in the same way with boho lace touches.



To finish off all of the winter friendly, warm, bohemian looks, you’ll want to trade in your strappy leather sandals for a killer pair of brown leather booties. Ones accented with these varying boho textures are some of the best with slim fitting or flared pants, and they will be completely unique to set you apart from the crowd.



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