When I think of Boho many images come to mind but there are only a few people that currently top my list as Boho Chic and numero uno would be the lovely Sienna Miller...it seems that wikipedia feels the same way, she is under the definition as starting the trend in the 90's. Miller a British beauty came on the hollywood scene with beautiful natural looks, flowy gypsy- like skirts and wide-brimmed floppy hats. Her style like many people with age has evolved into an eclectic mix of sophistication and stylish whimsy.
Vintage blogger and online shop http://www.adore-vintage.blogspot.com/ has some really great clothing, accessories and jewelry from all decades. I love this Boho Rhapsody necklace and 60's flower child maxi dress with embroidery and lace. Not only is the online shop wonderful but the blog fantastic too!
Adore Vintage is a beautifully written blog with images of anything vintage including design, art, photography and fashion.
Baby Boy Boho
If you are looking for unique baby bedding and gifts look no further than Rikshaw Design http://www.rikshawdesign.com/ created by Catherine Fitzsimmons. Fitzsimmons used her design and visual merchandising background along with her love of travel to launch a collection of hand block prints on soft Indian voile in crib sets, pillows and accessories. Look for baby apparel and larger size bedding soon!
Adorable sun hat.
Baby Kurta to match...I mean really, I will take one of each!
Baby girl Boho
All images courtesy of Rikshaw Design
For some time now Style Court has been blogging about the release of the upcoming North Carolina based textile studio by Angela Clinton, Parlor Textiles. I finally received an email confirming that the site was open and ready for business, selling fabric and pillows. The fabrics all have a very ethnic touch in calm colors that give them a vintage feel. If you want to read more about Parlor Textiles check out http://www.stylecourt.blogspot.com/ for their coverage or http://www.parlortextiles.com/. Here is a peek at some of my favorites!
Photos courtesy of Parlor Textiles